Mill byproducts

Rubner Holzindustrie

Mill byproducts

Rubner Holzindustrie

Mill byproducts

Rubner Holzindustrie

Mill byproducts

Rubner Holzindustrie

Mill byproducts

Logs used 100 %

Ecological and economic production with maximum value creation is Rubner Holzindustrie’s top priority. We use the entire logs coming from sustainably managed forests. Wood chippings formed during wood cutting and processing are known as mill byproducts. They are an important raw material for the wood material industry and used for producing chipboard and other materials. In addition, they are used as a raw material for generating energy in the form of wood pellets, for paper production in the form of cellulose, and even in brick production (for brick porosity).

Some of the bark is used for thermal energy recovery in our factory’s biomass heating plant, and the energy thus generated is used for drying our sawn timber.

Bark and wood chips

Mill byproducts

Biomass bark (BIM). Is used in heating plants for conversion into thermal and electrical energy.

Fine wood chips saw mill (FHS).Wood chips classified as G30 are used in the board industry and for gardens and playgrounds.

Wood chips saw mill (HGS). Classic wood chips classified as G50 are used for cellulose and paper production.

Dry wood chips (HTH). Dry wood chips are popular among small heating plant operators.

Sawdust and wood chips from planing

Mill byproducts

Fine sawdust (SPF) The sawdust is sifted twice and used for livestock bedding or as an add-on in the production of clay bricks.

Regular sawdust (SPN). Classic sawdust used for the production of chip boards or pellets.

Dry planing chips (HOS) The dried planing chips are used as livestock bedding or for pellet production.