Straw and stalk fuel (namely biomass fuel) make fully use of solid wastes, such as maize stalk, wheat straw, rice straw, peanut shell, maize padding, cotton stalk, soybean stalk, grass, tree branch and leaves, saw dust, bark, etc. to produce solid rod shape granule fuel through crushing, pressing and forming..
Biomass fuel (straw and stalk) features: Higher specific gravity, small volume, longer combustion time, easy storage and transportation. Its volume is 1/30-1/40 of the raw materials, and the specific gravity is 10-15 times higher than that of the raw materials (density is 0.8-1.4), and its heat value is about 3400-6000 great calorie. It is fuel with high volatile matter.