ENplus A1 and A2 are both quality certifications for wood pellets used for heating purposes. However, there are some differences in their usage.
Below are the main Differences between ENplus A1 and ENplus A2
ENplus A1 pellets are made from virgin softwood or hardwood with a low ash content of less than 0.7%. They are suitable for use in all pellet stoves and boilers and can be used in high-performance appliances, such as those with automatic cleaning and ash removal systems.
ENplus A2 pellets are made from a wider range of raw materials, including softwood and hardwood, and may have a slightly higher ash content of up to 1.5%. They are suitable for use in most pellet stoves and boilers, but may not be recommended for use in high-performance appliances due to their higher ash content.
In summary, ENplus A1 pellets are considered higher quality and are recommended for use in high-performance appliances, while ENplus A2 pellets are suitable for most pellet stoves and boilers but may not be recommended for use in high-performance appliances.