EFB Pellet Making Plant

Our entire households run on some kind of energy, whether is electricity, gas, or solar power. With the limited span of fossil fuel which is used to produce energy, it is needed to look for alternative ways of extracting energy. And in fact, the prices of fossil fuel are continuously rising. When it comes to households, people go for different options when it comes to heating – electricity, gas, wood, etc. An emerging way of heating your house is by using pellets. Pellets are not only a great source of heat, but they are also very budget-friendly.
 
What are Pellets?
 
Pellets are a renewable alternative for heating the household, while in the same time cost-effective. There are different types of pellets which are used throughout the world, but in general, they are all made of some type of waste material which can be pressed and used for heating. The fact that they are made out of waste material makes pellets cost less, and that’s why many households choose to spend the cold days heating on pellets.

The most common type of pellets is wood pellets. They are made out of sawdust and other industrial waste left from working with lumber. Out of all wood pellet types, the EFB pellets should be your number one choice due to their heating efficiency and low cost.
 

What are EFB Pellets?

EFB pellets
The name EFB pellets comes from the material these pellets are made of – Empty Fruit Bunch. When palm trees are being used to produce oil or to use the wood itself, the leftover from the process is perfect for making pellets. The EFB pellets are great for heating the home since the give out a lot of heat when burned.
 

Why Do You Need to Set Up EFB Pellet Making Plant?

The reasons for this are evident: first you will be saving a lot of money on heating, and second, you will have a powerful source of heat for your household. They are great because they contain little moisture – less than 12%, compared to the actual palm fibre which contains 50-60% moisture. The little percentage of moisture means that the pellets will weigh less, additionally saving on transportation costs. The volatile material inside of EFB pellets is around 75%, which results in releasing a lot of heat energy, or to be exact 4000kcal/kg.

If you set your own EFB pellet making plant, you will be able to take control of the production process yourself, save money, make money, and have heating supplies for the winter. If you have access to palm fibre, or in fact, any other wood leftover material which you can use to make pellets, then you should definitely set things into motion.

4-5TPH EFB Pellet Plant in Malaysia built by ABC Machinery
4-5TPH EFB Pellet Plant in Malaysia

What will the EFB Pellet Making Plant bring you?

Setting an EFB pellet making plant is a great investment if you are able to get your hands on palm fibre. Palm fibre is considered as a waste material, so even if you would have to pay for it, you would still pay a very low price. In the world, there are more and more EFB pellet making plants emerging every day, meaning that this is a cost effective way of heating. On the other hand, more and more people choose EFB pellets as their top choice for heating, meaning that the demand is getting higher and higher.
 
The process of making the EFB pellets is done in appropriate machines made for pellet-making. The first step in the production is crushing and grinding the materials which you are going to use, in this case the palm fibre. The ground material is then sent to the mill where it is going to be compressed to a pellet with high density. When the pellets come out of the mill, they would need to be left to cool down for some time, and after that you can begin with the packaging in bags of your choice.

People are becoming more and more aware that the alternative heating sources provide high-efficiency while in the same time don’t cost as much as the traditional heating methods. If you are willing to make this investment and buy the appropriate equipment, then undoubtedly if will pay off. In the end, you can sell the pellets to the people in your area, and of course, you will have a good supply for keeping your home warm in the cold winter nights.

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