Quality & Consistency

Health and safety plays a vital role at Tasma's Biomass Processing and storage plant. Understanding the hazardous risk involved with fire related combustible materials, health and safety concerns, the management as well as each and every employee adheres to stringent safety standards and protocols outline in OHSAS occupational health and safety management systems.

Our plant is certified by SGS for 9001 – 2008 quality management system. With testing methods to monitor consistency in maintaining moisture content is a primary challenge which our team pays great attention to.

Testing each of our products for moisture content is one of the main concerns during the production process. The majority of biomass boilers are designed to burn wood based fuel with a maximum level of moisture which can vary from 25% to 40%, though typically at just 30%. A high moisture content can cause the boiler to shut down, while a low level of moisture creating overly dry wood, will only burn too quickly. Making certain that our clients get a reliable supply of biomass with the correct moisture contentis the most significant factor in our production process. To ensure this we are equipped with a lab based "Moisture Oven", to monitor the consistency of moisture content in all products, from the point of arrival to delivery of goods.