Our products - wood pellets, also called pellets. The term "pellets" is relatively new in the Russian language and borrowed from English. The word «pellet» translated means "ball", "tablet", "pill" and other similar concepts. In the Russian language an alternative spelling of the word is used - "pellety" and "pellets". Sometimes abbreviatilon DTG (WFP)- wood pellets is used. Pellets constitute themselves as pressed portions of wood raw material in the form of fragments of cylindrical shape with a diameter from 4 mm to 12 mm,, depending on the purpose of fuel produced and the equipment which produces them. The length of debris can vary from 15 to 50 mm. Length of pieces is not essential for the consumer or furnace, depending on used raw materials and equipment.

The smaller diameter of the pellets, the more is their surface area per unit mass, and, therefore the more efficient process of loading the furnace and the simpler the mechanic process of loading the furnace Pellets of small diameter (the most popular of 6 mm diameter) are best suited for small stoves and fireplaces and more often are sold in consumer packs. However, the production cost of pellets is higher because it requires increased grinding of semi-finished product, matrices with small holes wear out faster, calculated per one ton of product.

Pellets are usually divided into two types - industrial and consumer ones, although different countries use different classification.

1) Industrial wood pellets - used as a fuel for industrial boilers and thermal power plants (TPP). Industrial pellets produced with diameters of 6-8 mm, they may contain bark, which makes them darker. At thermal power plants, industrial pellets can be burned as the primary fuel, or in combination with other kinds of fuel such as coal, briquettes, coal dust, etc. Such combination helps to reduce fuel costs for fuel stations, to improve combustion efficiency and reduce harmful air emissions, produced by burning clean coal.

2) Pellets for consumer needs (consumer pellets) - used for heating individual houses and burning in small stoves, fireplaces and boilers. These pellets contain almost no bark, are colored in yellowish-white and, therefore, suppliers and sellers call them "white." Normally, their diameter is of 6, rarely of 8 mm. Typical packaging of such pellets - plastic or paper bag which can contain 10-16 kg of the product, with a product labeling, a logo of the supplier and other information for consumer.