Peat briquettes

Peat briquettesPeat is a natural resource that forms due to plants decomposition in wet areas where oxygen flow is obstructed.

Peat briquettes are ecologically clean fuel; their most characteristic features are low ash leftovers and high heat output, so peat briquettes are economical type of fuel. The thermal value of these briquettes is nearly as high as of coal, but they have an extra advantage – considerably lower costs.

Peat briquettes have no particular smell and their ash can be used as a fertilizer in agriculture.

The utilization of peat briquettes is easy, because they are clean and dry. They are mostly used for heating houses and industrial premises. They burn well, slowly and evenly until completely burnt to ashes.