Benifits of Wood Pellet Stoves
No mess, no fuss, just heat
To light the Ravelli Pellet Stove, simply fill the pellet hopper with pellets, and push the button on the remote control. With automatic fuel supply and thermostat control, just sit back, relax and enjoy the comfort!
- No Mess, No Fuss: Wood pellet stoves are incredibly easy to use. To start the stove, you simply fill the pellet hopper with wood pellets and press a button on the remote control. Unlike traditional wood-burning stoves, there's no need to handle messy firewood or deal with ashes.
- Eco-Design Certification: These stoves adhere to rigorous Eco-Design standards. These standards aim to reduce emissions from energy appliances, including stoves. This means that wood pellet stoves are designed to be environmentally friendly, producing lower levels of harmful emissions.
- High Efficiency: Wood pellet stoves are highly efficient. They achieve efficiency levels above 90% due to the precise control of the air-to-fuel ratio. This efficiency means that you get more heat from the same amount of fuel compared to other heating options.
- Long Autonomy: The large pellet hopper in these stoves offers an extended period of autonomy. At full power, they can operate for up to 12 hours before needing a refill. This means you typically only need to refuel once a day, making it a convenient heating option. Moreover, when operating in low power, the stove's autonomy can extend to an impressive 30 hours.
- Environmentally Friendly: Wood pellets are a sustainable, renewable fuel source made from sawdust and wood shavings. When burned, the carbon dioxide released is roughly equivalent to the amount absorbed by the tree during its growth. This means wood pellets do not contribute significantly to climate change.
- Cost-Efficient Fuel: Wood pellets are relatively inexpensive compared to other solid fuels. Their prices have remained stable, making them an economical choice. Additionally, they are exempt from Carbon Tax , further reducing heating costs. They are supplied in convenient, easy-to-store 10Kg or 15Kg bags.
- Ease of Use: Wood pellet stoves come with programmable thermostats, allowing you to set and control the desired temperature in your home. Some models even feature automatic self-cleaning burners, reducing the maintenance required.
- Controllability: Modern technology integration in these stoves allows for precise control. You can program your stove to turn on at specific times or set the thermostat to maintain a certain temperature. This level of control ensures your home is comfortably heated.
- WiFi Integration: Wood pellet stoves offer WiFi connectivity, enabling remote control through software and applications. This means you can set schedules, adjust the temperature, and monitor your stove's status from a distance, adding a new level of convenience and control to your heating system.
In summary, wood pellet stoves combine environmental friendliness, efficiency, long autonomy, cost-effectiveness, and convenience, making them a compelling option for those seeking an efficient and sustainable heating solution.
Wood Pellets = Energy Efficiency
Compared to traditional fossil fuels which are destined to become scarce and more expensive, wood pellets are made from the by-products of the timber industry, ensuring a secure supply for the future. Wood pellets are a locally available fuel that will reduce carbon emissions to the atmosphere and help combat climate change. Wood pellets are a clean dry fuel made from compressed sawdust. The only material in the pellets is natural wood - there are no additives or artificial binding agents. This provides peace of mind for you, your family and your environment. Ash levels are extremely low. The small amount of ash that is removed can be used as a high grade fertiliser in the garden.
Environmentally friendly energy at a fraction of the price
The price of wood pellets has been the most stable of all energy prices over the last 10 years. It has remained almost unchanged the energy pellet produces still costs only about 7 cents / kWh. Wood pellets are exempt from carbon tax and remain cheaper than oil, gas and electricity. Pellets are made from waste from the wood industry, which is generated in the manufacture of renewable building materials or other wood products. So no tree is cut down just for burning. This makes pellets perhaps the most sustainable biofuel for the climate and the planet. Combustion of clean and dry pellets produces only a fraction of the small particles that are generated in the combustion of other solid fuels.
EN plus Wood Pellet Certification
This video provides basic information about wood pellets - their production and characteristics. ENplus® is the world-leading certification scheme for wood pellets. Certified pellets guarantee quality, efficiency, and lower air emissions. Today, ENplus® is the world-leading certification scheme for wood pellet quality with over 1200 certified companies. Visit ENplus®'s website for more information: https://enplus-pellets.eu/en-in/
What are Wood Pellets
How Nature Renews Itself
The diagram illustrates how the pellets are transformed during combustion Once the complete decomposition cycle has taken place, wood releases a certain quantity of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere which is absorbed by plants during photosynthesis to be then turned back into oxygen. Thanks to the combined action of the sun's energy, carbon dioxide, water and the dissolved mineral salts, the pellets are constantly renewed.