As the oil for heating along with natural gas costs continue to soar, people have resorted to seek alternative when it comes to fuel sources for heating and lighting purposes. It is considered that biomass material is the cheapest especially for making pellets. The best thing about making your own pellets using a biomass pellet mill is that, it is readily available, cost-effective, safe, easy to use and at the same time environmental friendly since there is no pollution.
You can make your own biomass pellets using a biomass pellet mill from grain, corn cobs, stalks, sawdust, leaves and even papers. In addition to this, you can use any other material as long as it has cellulose. It is important to know that the process of making biomass pellets is no difficult as most people tend to think. All that you are required to do is to invest in your mill and time and you are good to go.
To commence, ensure that the raw material is completely fry before feeding it into the mill to be heated. The mill will compress the raw materials via a die and rollers in order to provide them with a shape that is tubular. Once done, dry the pellets so that they can harden and at the same time retain their shape.