Briquetting Machine has been a successful alternative to generate energy

The Briquetting Machine has been of great use when it comes to production of various types and sizes of briquettes for different industries. A briquettes are a bunch of combustible substance used as fuel to begin and support a fire. Popular types of briquettes are charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes.

Briquettes plant is manufactured which can press the briquettes of high quality. Briquetting is a method which involves the use of raw materials to be compressed under high pressure. The Briquetting machinery assists to convert any powder or granular form of materials into a larger size as per the convenience and specification of the clients.

Briquetting Equipment

The majority of biomass briquettes are made from sawdust or similar wood waste products. The manufacturing process generally involves compressing the sawdust and forcing it into a briquetting machine that heats it and extrudes briquettes shaped like small fireplace logs. The particles in the log are held together by a natural substance in the sawdust, so no binders are required.

Briquetting Plant India help farmers to earn money

Briquettes produced from briquetting of biomass by Briquettes Plant are fairly good substitute for coal, lignite, firewood and offer numerous advantages:-

-Briquettes are cheaper than COAL, OIL or LIGNITE once used cannot be replaced.
-There is no sulfur in briquettes.
-Biomass briquettes have a higher practical thermal value and much lower ash content
(2-10% as compared to 20-40 % in coal).
-There is no fly ash when burning briquettes.
-Briquettes have a consistent quality, have high burning efficiency, are ideally sized for complete
combustion.
-Combustion is more uniform compared to coal and boiler response to changes in steam
requirements is faster due to higher quantity of volatile matter in briquettes.
-Unlike coal, lignite or oil, briquettes are produced from renewable source of energy, biomass.
-Briquettes have high specific density (1200 kg/m3) compared to 60 to 180 kg/m3 of loose
biomass.
-Loading/unloading and transportation costs are much less and storage requirement is
drastically reduced.
-Briquettes are clean to handle and can be packed in bags for ease of handling and storage.
-Briquettes are usually produced near the consumption centers and supplies do not depend on
erratic transport from long distances.