Traditionally, almost all briquetting was made from wood residues. This was primarily because the presses were invented in Europe and there was a demand for wood fuel.
Wood residues normally have low ash content and a high calorific value and therefore it is easy to produce briquettes in a good quality. Generally, wood residue is also the best raw material for producing consumer briquettes/logs, due to the high quality and density of the product.
In the following pages you can read more about different solutions, customer cases and wood-based raw material.