Can I Make My Own Wood Pellets?

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It is possible to make your own wood pellets. They are made by pressing wood or other forms of biomass into pellet sized holes. Pellets can be made from other biomass like straw, yard wastes, corn stalks, alfalfa, grain, cardboard, paper etc.
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Yes, you can make your own wood pellets. It is easy to do and will save you money. To make them you will need a hammer mill, wood shavings, dried sawdust and a press machine. You can find more info at: www.ehow.com
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You can find wood pellets at many home improvement stores and gardening centers. They are also sold at some feed stores. One other place to check is Craigslist in your local area.
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1. Chop scrap wood into small, easy-to-handle pieces using a hand ax. This ensures you can feed the wood into a wood chipper more easily. Place a large bucket under the dispenser
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To make wood pellets, use good quality of wood shavings, wood chips and even sawdust. Dry in a dryer in cheesecloth and then through a hammer mill to get a consistent paste.The press
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Short question, longer answer. But if you go to www.makeyourownpellets/forum and read through the posts, you'll have a better understanding.
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