In its basic principle, a pellet stove works like a fireplace or wood stove: heat is generated by burning pellets. Depending on the type of pellet stove, this heat is then used differently. In contrast to a wood stove, however, a pellet stove has a pellet storage tank from which the correct amount of pellets is automatically taken and released for combustion. The pellets are transported by a screw conveyor into the combustion chamber, where they are ignited by an ignition fan.
You have the choice between two types of pellet stoves:
Pellets are made from sawdust and other wood waste in one pressing process. The size varies between 6 and 25 mm diameter. If the pellets are larger, they are called wood briquettes.
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