Micsons FIRE WOOD

FIRE WOOD

Firewood

Firewood

Firewood

Firewood

Firewood

Firewood

Firewood

Firewood

Alder

  • The alder dries quickly and retains its special aroma for a long time, the wood has a reddish tinge. Alder wood has a lower heat output, but it burns quickly, well, which is low in resin and does not smoke during combustion. Because of these properties, it is often used for baking and open flame grilling.

Birch

  • Birch burns long and evenly, does not sparkle. During the birch years, the aroma of firewood is reduced and retains a good heat output, but it generates a lot of soot. In order to avoid soot from birch wood, it is advisable to throw in some alder blocks after burning, which will split the soot.

Warmth

In order to heat the oven warmly, it is recommended to dry the wood thoroughly, the desired humidity of wood is 15-20%, to prepare the wood for a year or two in a ventilated canopy. Wet firewood with 30% humidity should not be heated as most of the heat it produces will be consumed to evaporate the water.

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INFO

Firewood is a piece of wood that is extracted and used as heat energy. It is intended for stoves, fireplaces, stoves or fireplaces to receive heat and light, and for cooking. Firewood is obtained from trees not selected in the timber industry. Wood is sometimes called inferior wood, which is used industrially.

Firewood, which is usually in the form of a cylinder or split cylinder, is prepared in sizes that depend on the size of the furnace and the combustion process required (typically 30-50 cm in length).

Firewood extraction consists of several stages. The tree trunk and large branches are cut in sections of equal length suitable for transportation. The firewood is then delivered to the storage and preparation site. Firewood blocks are cut into shorter pieces and cut into logs of the required size. If the wood is wet, it needs to be dried, which is usually done by stacking the log under the roof instead of the dry and drafts respectively, and in the dry season under open-air, allowing it to stand for a while. If firewood is produced in the winter, it is dried in the summer and fired in the next winter.
 

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