Briquette Pellets are produced using dry sawdust compacted under high weight and expelled through a die. These may incorporate a lesser level of included fastener, for example, starch, however, many utilize nothing other than steam. Our pellets ought to be dry, clean, mechanically strong and have a slag content characterized by the suitable standard to which Briquette Pellets have been made that may likewise characterize different contaminants, for example, chlorine content. For making these pellets, biomass material ought to be pummeled first. The high pressure mill machine can make the fine biomass firmly and make them difficult to break.