Cashew nut shell pellets are used as fuel, replacing existing fuels on the market such as: Coal, minced firewood, forest firewood, wood pellets, rice husk and other fuels. They produce high heat and their price is cheaper than other fuels with abundant supply all year round. It is easy to mix with chips and some other burning materials to accelerate boiler heat.
Cashew nut shell pellets are friendly to our green environment.
Cashew nut shell extraction was a waste products after being obtained pressing cashew nut shell to receive cashew nut shell oil for industrial fuel. Cashew nut shell extraction has been used as a boiler to replace coal, wood, because of low cost, cashew nut shell extraction is also high calory.
Cashew residue as fuel for furnaces and boilers. About 10 years ago, cashew shell residue was very little known as an alternative fuel for coal. After harvesting and shelling, cashew growers usually do not use cashew nut shells
However, since the development of the cashew oil industry, after squeezing the oil, cashew shell residue is accidentally used as a cheap alternative fuel that brings high economic efficiency. The burnt cashew nut shell retains heat well, and the heat output is quite high.
Burners can use fuel entirely with cashew shell residue or combine cashew shell residue with bran coal, secondary coal to form a fuel mixture that provides good heat and low cost.