Olive Biomass

Olive Biomass is a new biofuel that responds to the demand for cheap and clean, domestic energy. The raw material used to produce it is the olive-pomace, which after a technically specialized treatment is cleaned to leave only the wood, giving an ecological biofuel with high thermal value, low ash and odor.

Economy

Olive Biomass offers maximum economy, which can reach 30% compared to wood pellets, or up to 55% compared to oil. Its price is low and stable compared to imported raw materials (petroleum, wood pellets), while its thermal power is significantly higher than other cheaper fuel (wood, core). In addition, the cleanliness of the final product, which has consistent performance and low maintenance costs for the burners, leads to a reduction in hidden costs.

Applications

Olive Biomass can be used from heating a house to producing energy for the industry. For burning it is necessary to use burners or stoves of wood based fuel or poly-burners, suitable for a plurality of solid biofuels. Installing a biomass burning system offers flexibility and can be depreciated over a short period of time, as Olive Biomass has a low cost.

Ecology

Olive Biomass is an ecological, renewable source of energy, unlike oil and gas. The Ministry of the Environment has judged it to be preferable to oil and suitable for use within cities. In addition, Olive Biomass, unlike the core, has limited odors and lower ash rates.

Quality

Thanks to the know-how of Mills of Crete, Olive Biomass is a high-quality product that offers clean combustion with low emissions of gases and odors. Olive Biomass has a constant quality, high thermal value (4,400 kcal / kg), low humidity (<10%), little smoke and low ash (0.5% -1%).

Ease

Olive Biomass is a handy form of energy. In terms of wood it occupies much less storage space. It is also fuel that burns in an automatic way, without the need for continuous feed like wood and without sticking to the boiler like the core. In addition, its supply can be made in small quantities, depending on the needs of the consumer.