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Wood fuel preparationAuthor(s): L. H. Reineke
Source: Research note FPL no. 090. Madison, WI : USDA, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 14 pages.
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionThis report gives information on the preparation of wood fuel from wood residues and other wood raw materials. Types of wood fuel discussed are cordwood, stovewood, slabwood, kindling, chips, hogged fuel, sawdust and shavings, bark, charcoal, alcohol, and briquets. Related information is given on types of machinery for preparing wood fuel and on possible markets for its sale.
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CitationReineke, L. H. 1965. Wood fuel preparation. Research note FPL no. 090. Madison, WI : USDA, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 14 pages.
KeywordsWood chips, sawdust, bark, charcoal, alcohols, wood residues, fuelwood, briquettes, corewood, stovewood, slabwood, kindling, hogged fuel, shavings
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