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Biomass pellets are a suitable fuel type for a wide range of applications, from stoves and central heating systems up to large-scale plants, and with practically complete automation in all these capacities. This handbook covers all pellet related issues including the evaluation of raw materials and raw material potentials, the technical evaluation of the pellet production process and the economic and ecological evaluation of pellet use in small-scale furnaces in the residential sector.
'Undoubtedly the most comprehensive work ever produced on this subject ... Well illustrated and easy to read, the book will surely become the essential reference for our industry.' Gordon Murray, Executive Director, Wood Pellet Association of Canada 'In-depth like a PhD thesis and practical like a good tourist guide.' Remco Frenken, Senior Vice President Global Green Commodities at RWE trading 'A renowned group of experts have gathered to make this book a success by compiling today's knowledge on the subject available in research institutions and industry as well as in international networks. The Pellet Handbook is both a comprehensive text for teaching requirements and a reference for practitioners in pellet production and use.' Josef Spitzer, Chairman, Executive Committee, IEA Bioenergy 'The Pellet Handbook is undoubtedly the most comprehensive work ever produced on this subject and I highly recommend it to industry professionals who are engaged in the production, marketing, transportation, or consumption of wood pellets, as well as regulatory authorities, educators, and students. Well illustrated and easy to read, the book will surely become the essential reference for our industry.' Gordon Murray, Executive Director, Wood Pellet Association of Canada
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