ENplus-A1 Wood Pellets
ENplus-A1 Wood Pellets In terms of heat output, one of the highest-rated wood pellet brands is Northern Warmth Doug Fir. Northern Warmth wood pellets are made from 100% softwood (Doug fir) sawdust and are known for their high heat output and low ash content
What are disadvantages to using wood pellets as fuel Disadvantages of Pellet Burning the main disadvantage of using pellets to heat your home is they rely on electricity to operate some of the components. The amount of electricity they use is minimal, but this can become a problem where an electrical supply is not available, or in a power outage. Enplus 100mg/325mg
Europe Wood Pellets DIN PLUS / ENplus-A1 Wood Pellets
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What is ENplus A1 wood pellets?
EnPlus A1 is a quality assurance scheme that applies to both pellet manufacturers and distributors,
it provides an internationally recognized framework that puts quality at the heart of the production and distribution process.
What is the difference between A1 and A2 pellets?
Class A1 is the premium quality used in private household boilers or stoves and A1 pellets produce the least amount of ash and fulfill the highest requirements. Class A2 is used in larger installations and produces more ash. But Industrial pellets are not called “ENplus”, but can be certified as “EN B”.