- 25 x 100 mm
- 25 x 125 mm
- 25 x 150 mm
- 32 x 125 mm
- 32 x 150 mm
- 50 x 100 mm
- 50 x 125 mm
- 50 x 150 mm
The term “Wood biofuel” can be a bit misleading because many people associate biofuels with advanced refining and chemical processes. In fact, a wood biofuel can be any renewable, biological material used as fuel. With that definition, it becomes clear that things like wood, sawdust, leaves, and even dried animal dung all constitute biofuels. In fact, solid biofuels are how humans have been heating themselves and their food since the dawn of…well…humans!
There is no production necessary for a wood biofuel in most cases because it is often in a convenient form. On the other hand, sawdust and wood chips are not so convenient and so they are often put through a process known as “densifying.” All this means is that the biomass is compressed into a form that is easier to handle or is mixed with some sort of bonding agent (tar for instance or tree sap) to hold it together for easier transport, storage, and use. Pellets and bricks are common “densified” forms of solid biomass.
Wood constitutes the majority of biomass that is burned for fuel and comes in the forms firewood, charcoal, chips, pellets, and sawdust. The use of wood as a fuel for cooking, heating, and other applications dates back to well before humans when Neanderthals were the predominant species of hominid. In fact, the most troubling aspect of using wood as a fuel is generating the spark to start the fire. Otherwise, wood is readily available, abundant, and can even be collected from the ground if cutting tools are not available. Today, wood is even used in some electric generating applications.
Wood is reasonably energy dense. Hardwoods have an energy density of around 14-15 MJ/kg if burned with 100% efficiency. As with any fuel, however, the efficiency tends to be lower. Wood is actually more efficient than many fuels, with about 70% of the energy content (10 MJ/kg) recoverable on average.
Firewood 40l Bags
The wood species we use to make Firewood are: Oak, Birch and Alder. Each log is cut into pieces of 25cm, split 4-6 times for 8-15 cm diameter and stacked into boxes (crates) or net bags. Firewood 40l considered to be the best option for daily use.
For the production in bags, Nord Wood Timber specializes in 40 L bag production. Standard-conforming bag is 50 x 72 cm and weighs 14.5 -15.5 kg for Kiln dried firewood. We can offer oak, birch, alder, split logs firewood and mixed hard wood firewood. For mixed variations please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Firewood in Net Bags
Bag Measurements 50cm x 72cm
15kg per 40l net bag
Pallet Measurements 1.15m x 1.10m x 2.35m
72 bags on a pallet
40′ Container 24 Pallets in containerSKU: 5487FBNET
Firewood in Crates
The wood species we use to make firewood are: Oak, Birch and Alder. Each log is cut into pieces of 25cm, split 4-6 times for 8-15 cm diameter and stacked into boxes (crates) or net bags.
We only distribute wood of the highest quality, namely certified Russian timber as well as Belarusian, Ukrainian and European timber. Our comprehensive product range allows us to meet most customer’s expectations. Firewood is packed into special wooden boxes (crates) which are easy to unload, move and store. For any other variations please contact us via email: email@example.com
Firewood in Crates
1.17 m³ crate 1.15m x 0.85m x 1.20m
56 crates in a 40` container
1.96 m³ crate 1.15m x 0.85m x 2.00m
28 crates in a 40` container
3.09 m³ crate 1.15m x 1.12m x 2.40m
20 crates in a 40` containerSKU: 5487FBFWD
Our bags of kindling contains clean, perfectly cut to size kindling sticks which are easy to use in order to start a fire. Perfect for open fires, all types of stoves, barbeques, open stoves, fire pits, chimineas etc.
Kiln-Dried and cut 15 to 16 cm long and split to ~2cm diameter tiny pieces, just the right size to start any fire. Kindling Sticks perfect to use when your firewood is damp, not seasoned properly or if your firewood is too large to start on its own. Makes starting a fire easy. Size of pallets and bags is optional.
Humidity 10-15% Packaging 9.5l Resistant plastic bag
1 bag = 3.0 kg
220 Bags per Pallet
Weight 660 kg / palletSKU: 5487FBKND
Ruf Briquettes are another popular alternative to firewood. High combustion temperature, low ash residual and a long burning period, are a few of the many benefits of Ruf Briquettes. They are environmentally friendly, highly efficient, and suitable for heating homes and commercial premises alike.
If you’re looking for an effective, affordable and great alternative to wood for your wood burning stove, wood briquettes are a great choice. We can supply any quantity of Hardwood Ruf Briquettes, Firewood and Top class Pellets to your doorstep.
Material Birch or Hardwood sawdust Dimensions 115 x 65 x 90 cm Packaging 12 blocks in one pack (10 kg)
96 packages on one pallet
Weight 960 kg / palletSKU: 5487FBRUF