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The highest calorific value or the best composition?

In most of the cases, the most basic mistake is overestimation of calorific value. Actual value consists of many factors. Despite the general opinion about that factor, it does not ensure product’s quality. Other values are important as well, such as combustion heat, content of impurities, ability to sinter and ash content. More than once it appears to be that calorific value is low, but fuels are effective while their actual value is higher.

They do not sinter, are less polluted and do not product powder (ash and soot) or dust level is much lower. Choosing clean product of less calorific value, you might get comfortable use with the same effectiveness.


Combustion and environment

By heating your house with ecological fuel, we do not cause real changes in air quality, which is good for our health and environment. No Smoke products are characterized by low dust and soot emission. They do not product smog as well as they are odourless, clean and ecological.


Benefits of bagged coal

Bagged coal is more convenient in use, easier to store; it is clean, separated to smaller portions, framed into pallets and secured. Micro ventilation reduces humidity thanks to what raw material is maintained in a lot better conditions than well-known “loose” coal. You can keep it in the garage, cellar or outside under the shelter or roof and not worrying that it will get wet. It is easy and comfortable to carry it in the required quantity to the boiler, backfill the stove or fill the feeder tank in case of semi-automatic oven.
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