Nav Tarang Pellet Fuel

  • What is Pellet Fuel?
  • Heating fuel made from compressed renewable substances mainly biomass and wood waste.

  • Why Nav Tarang Pellet Fuel?
  • Nav Tarang gives users a minimum of 30% savings over conventional fuel like LPG, Diesel and Furnace Oil
  • It is Environment‐friendly, every ton of Nav Tarang used vs. oil reduces carbon dioxide emissions by about 1.5 tons
  • Consistent quality with high burn efficiency and low ash content

Nav Tarang Pellets are 100% wood pellets and established as the market leader for quality.

  • Specification
Diameter 6/8 mm
Length 10-20 mm
GCV 4000-4300Kcal/Kg
Moisture Content Less than 10%
Ash Content Less than 5%
Bulk Density 600-650 kg/m3

The Heat value and energy consumption comparison of the wood pellet and the other fuel
Sr. No. ITEM UOM LPG Diesel Oil LDO Furnace Oil Wood Pellet
1 Heat value (International Standard) Kcal/Kg 11800 10200 8500 8000 4200
2 Unit price for the fuel Rs/Kg 80 66 52 42 17
3 Kg equivalent of other fuel for 1 kg wood pellets according to heat value kg 0.36 0.41 0.49 0.53 1.00
4 Cost of other fuel equivalent to 1 kg of wood pellet Rs/Kg 28.8 27.06 25.48 22.26 17
5 The cost saving of wood pellet compared to the other fuel % 69% 59% 50% 31% 0


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ACI Clean Energy manufacturers Nav Tarang pellet fuel at a state of the art facility with emphasis on extensive quality control measures. We are able to provide users with a consistent product that is low in ash content, no clinker with high Gross Calorific Value and Density.

Nav Tarang advantages over Agro Pellets:

Nav Tarang pellets are 100% wood pellets with significant advantages over biomass or agro pellets. Agro pellets are made from a mixture of biomass materials with different properties of GCV, ash etc. resulting in inconsistent quality of finished product to end user. Nav Tarang uses uniform raw material and can provide consistent pellet fuel under set quality parameters.

Agro waste also has a higher ash percentage then wood, using agro pellets can cause large amounts of clinker during combustion, which damages equipment and reduces operational efficiency.