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Woodsure certified fuel types
Woodsure assess and certify the five most common types of wood fuel, each with different attributes and qualities that provide a flexible range of storage and use options appropriate to differing needs.
Types of Wood Fuel
The types of fuel that Woodsure test and approve are:-
Woodchip – chipped woody biomass in the form of pieces with a defined particle size, produced by chopping with sharp mechanical cutters.
Pellets (wood only) – compressed biofuel made from pulverised biomass, usually in a cylindrical form, random length typically 5-30mm.
Briquettes (wood only) – solid biofuel, formed as cubes or into cylindrical lengths, produced by compressing pulverised biomass.
Hog fuel (a.k.a. ‘Shred’) – chipped woody biomass in the form of pieces with a defined particle size, produced by a machine with a blunt hammer action.
– hard and soft wood defined by log length, diameter and moisture content. Kiln dried or naturally seasoned (20% moisture content or less). Woodsure also runs the Ready to Burn
scheme for firewood and briquettes.
Click here to find your local supplier of firewood, briquettes, pellets woodchip or hog fuel.
Contact the Woodsure team to find out more about testing and certification. Call 01684 27188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.