Wood pellet En+plus A1 is a quality certification for wood pellets used as fuel. The En+plus A1 certification is a slightly lower rating than En+plus A2, but it still guarantees a high level of quality and sustainability.

To obtain the En+plus A1 certification, wood pellets must meet specific requirements related to raw materials, production processes, and quality control. The raw materials used in the pellets must be sourced from sustainably managed forests, and the production process must adhere to strict environmental standards.

The En+plus A1 certification also ensures that the wood pellets meet certain performance criteria, such as a high calorific value and low ash content, which makes them more efficient and cleaner-burning than other types of fuels. Additionally, the certification guarantees that the wood pellets are free from impurities and contaminants that could harm the environment or cause health problems.

Compared to En+plus A2, En+plus A1 wood pellets have a slightly higher ash content and a slightly lower energy density. The maximum ash content for En+plus A1 wood pellets is 1%, while the maximum ash content for En+plus A2 wood pellets is 0.5%. The energy density of En+plus A1 wood pellets is also slightly lower than that of En+plus A2 wood pellets, although they still provide excellent performance for heating and energy applications.

Overall, En+plus A1 wood pellets are a high-quality fuel option that provides efficient and sustainable heating and energy. While En+plus A2 wood pellets are considered to be the top-tier of wood pellet quality certification, En+plus A1 wood pellets are still a reliable and eco-friendly choice for customers who want a high-quality fuel option at a slightly lower cost.