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Project at a Glance

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  • Sawdust is composed of fine particles of wood. This material is produced from cutting with a saw, hence its name.
  • Sawdust is produced in large quantities by: Large timber factories,  Furniture factories,  Sawmills (small & medium sized)
  • A novel technique was adopted using wood waste as a new carrier for adsorption of invertase. The new method improved activity, pH and thermal stability of the immobilized invertase from Saccharomyces cerevisiae and was more resistant to washing out by concentrated salt solution . This result encourages using sawdust as matrix for purification of invertase or may be for other enzymes.
  • It has a variety of practical uses, including serving as a mulch, or as an alternative to clay cat litter, or as a fuel, or for the manufacture of particleboard. It has also been used in artistic displays and as scatter. It is also sometimes used in bars in order to soak up spills, allowing the spill to be easily swept out the door.
  • Shavings and sawdust may be reground into wood flours, or the wood flour may be recovered as sized “dust” materials that have been screened and separated. Wood flour has major industrial markets in industrial fillers, binders, and extenders in industrial products like epoxy resins, fertilizers, adhesives, absorbent materials, felt roofing, inert explosive components, ceramics, floor tiles, cleaning products, wood fillers, caulks and putties, soil extenders, and a vast array of plastics. 
  • Shavings and sawdust can be marketed for use in molded or laminated composite wood products (e.g., toilet seats, countertops) automotive materials, and oil and water isolation and solidification products for the environmental control industry.
  • Sawdust is consumed by:  The timber industry itself (heating and timber drying),  Particleboard industry (one large manufacturer),  Central heating (Joint Implementation Programs).
  • Traditionally the particle board industry used most of the sawdust but significant amounts also used to go to land-fills, be combusted as fuel or used in the pulp- and paper industry.
  • If the pellet industry growth continues, the competition will be sharper on the market for sawdust and prices will increase. The particle board industry may suffer from this but the saw-mills are winners when they can get a better price for their by-products.
General Information
  • Sawdust
  • How To Make A Sawdust Kiln and Fire Your Own Pottery

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Pine Sawdust
  • Pioneer Sawdust
  • Sawdust from Non Treated Hardwood
  • Wood Dust
  • Saw Dust


  • Immobilization of Invertase by a New Economical Method Using Wood Sawdust Waste
  • Application of Briquetting Technology to Produce Briquettes
  • An assessment of wood product processing technology advancements
  • Construction Thermoblocks made from Saw dust and Concrete
  • Assessment of a small sawdust gasification unit
  • Sawdust operated baking oven
  • Production Technology
  • Biomass Technologies in Ghana


  • Apparatus and Process for Drying Sawdust
  • Solid Fuel Burning Stove Apparatus
  • Sawdust and Wood Chip Provider
  • Disperse Dye Concentrate with Sawdust
  • Sawdust Furnace
  • Sawdust and Like Fine Fuel Furnace
  • Lyocell fiber from sawdust pulp


  • The Biomass Energy in Romania project
  • A Grate Type Boiler for Burning Woodchips, Bark and Saw Dust in the Kalevi DH Boiler Plant
  • Anhui Power Plant Project
  • A Flat kiln and utilization of sawdust charcoal
  • Cofiring Projects for Willow Island and Albright Generating Stations
  • Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions through the Use of Biomass Energy in Northwest Slovakia
  • Batie Creek Restoration Helps to Protect Unique Karst Habitats
  • Tasca Project
  • TGF Project Profile
  • Ice and Sawdust as Insulation?
  • Building & Firing a Sawdust Kiln
  • "Sawdust 2000" Joint Implementation project


  • Trends and Market Effects of Wood Energy Policies
  • Biomass utilization in Romania
  • Dependencies between forest products sectors: a partial equilibrium analysis
Machinery Suppliers
  • Sawdust Concrete Equipment Supplier
  • Wood Pelleting Plants
  • Sawdust Machine Selling Leads
  • Machinery suppliers
  • Sawdust briquetting machinery
  • Sawdust machine Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Sawdust Pellet Mill
  • Sawdust Mill Supplier
  • Machinery for Sawdust


  • Development of a semi-empirical model for pyrolysis of an annular sawdust bed
  • Conversion of masonia tree sawdust and cotton plant by product into feed by white rot fungus
  • Sawdust Cookstove
  • Production of Glucose from Lignocellulosic under Extremely Low Acid and High Temperature in Batch Process, Auto-hydrolysis Approach
  • Denitrification of Secondary Wastewater Using Sawdust
  • Sawdust Profile
  • Sawdust Stove
  • Solid biomass and sawdust stoves
  • Uses of Sawdust
  • Uses for Sawdust, Shavings and Waste Chips

Guidelines and Manuals

  • A quick guide for investors
  • Kiln Firing - Manual
  • Biomass - Fueled Power Plants, An Overview


  • Bacteria Counts in Sawdust Bedding
  • Optimization of Wet Sawdust Burner
  • Biomass cofiring at Allegheny Energy Supply Company
  • Amendment of crude oil contaminated soil with sawdust and chromoleana leaves for optimum plant protection
  • Biomass co-firing: Feasibility studies for low-rank coal and district energy cogeneration
  • An Experimental Study on the Combustion Characteristics of Sawdust in a Cyclone Combustor
  • Sawdust & Shavings

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