Pea coal

Each of us who has even a little interested in the issue of fuel materials knows roughly what types of every difficult spot we currently have available. In the past they were mainly hard coal, wood, and gas. Currently the choice is definitely much bigger. Message thing is what it comes from. Each of us probably knows that coal, for example, who was once commonly used in almost every home, belongs to the group of non-renewable energy sources. Therefore, we must exploit it wisely, because there is a risk that one day we miss him. Hence the relatively high prices, which many complain. As the amount of coal still declining, we started to look for other alternative sources of energy that could be used by us to heat our homes and apartments. One possibility is coal. It is produced solid fuel or coal, or lignite. It is designed for heat production, using retort boilers.

What characterizes pea coal

The present fuel is mainly characterized by much better quality and higher yield than other coals. Additionally, it is also more environmentally friendly, which for us is now extremely important. It is produced with high-calorific coal, with low water content, sulfur, flame retardants, as well as a small sinterability. This is what makes pea coal is so highly efficient and gives so pleasant and caloric heat.


In comparison to other coals, after burning ecopea not only we get a small amount of harmful sulfur oxides, but also a small amount of ash, which allows us to maintain purity, without a lot of work on our part and frequently sweep the boiler. Ecopea size ranges from 5 to 25 mm. This material is ideally suited for sunbathing in modern furnaces with automatic dispensers coal. We can also be used in stoves with feeders that complement only from time to time, thus saving themselves the work and trouble. Combustion ecopea in boilers fed automatically leads to a reduction of secreted carbon monoxide and other harmful by-products such as dioxins or dust. So it is relatively very safe way to heat our homes.

The furnaces with feeders perfectly harmonize with pea coal

Recently, more and more can be found in our homes coal stoves with feeders. It is very convenient solution that allows us to save a lot of time and effort, as well as provide warmth in the house for several days, without the participation of our work and interests of the boiler. The size dispensers are different. This, for which of them to choose depends solely on us and our needs. Coal is small and light material fuel, making it much easier to move it into the boiler room or the basement, where there is a stove, and pour into the tray. He can handle this even an older person, and that’s a big plus. With such a furnace with a feeder, just that once in a few days we will go to the basement and charge the full feeder. In addition, just sweep and throw the ashes bake for a few days do not have to bother at all our furnace. It’s the perfect solution when, for example, we leave the house and leave our children or some elderly person alone. We do not need to worry about whether she can cope with of adding to the furnace. It’s the perfect solution.

Ekogroszek, but not only it

In furnaces specially adapted for smoking ekogroszkiem, we can also burn other fuels. That‚s great news, because it can happen that we run out of fuel, or that we will not be at any given moment afford to buy ecopea that, what is worth mentioning is relatively expensive. Then we can burn there various wooden elements, and even garbage. It’s a big plus that is sure many of us will appreciate.

Is this really pea coal?

Just as in the case of some other fuel materials, such as traditional coal, so in the case of ecopea we meet with cheaters who in the price of good quality fuel material they want to sell the fake. They consist predominantly of fine coal and binder. They are much poorer quality than real coal and have a much lower calorific value, as well as lower emission parameters. It is difficult to avoid such a mistake. That is why we once again remind you how important it is to find a good composition of the fuel, such as, for example, our squad Warsaw. This will give us confidence the source from which fuel is derived, and thus give us confidence that paying for coal, coal actually get, not some cheap and poor quality fake. Let us not deceive ourselves. If we can find some good fuel store, let us hold it there long as possible. It is always better to use the paradise already tested sources. However, if sometimes we find that the quality of fuel materials sold there deteriorated, think of the change as soon as possible.