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 Biomass Briquetting

What is Biomass Briquetting?

Biomass briquetting is a procedure of obtaining a bio-degradable kind of fuel from bio-mass such as crop residues like stalks, husks, dusts, leaves, hay or straw, coir, shells etc or forest wastages like leaves, stalks, twigs, wood, barks etc. This process involves processing the raw-material under high pressure and temperature with our briquetting plants. This causes the reduction of the material density. This happens because the material when subjected to adequate pressure causes discharge of ample lignin to bind the material and thereby compressing of the material. As the density of the material minimizes the thermal calorific value raises, leading to formation of very efficient and useful fuel known as briquettes. The process also causes the evaporation or drying of excess moisture, thus the combustion of the fuel is much more rapid, even and effectual as compared to the raw-material.

Briquetting Process

This process requires pre-process preparations such as drying out of excess moisture, powdering and cutting or shredding of materials to required size etc.

The final output of this process is briquettes of the size and shape dependant on the type of briquetting machine used.

This process is simple and can be carried out perfectly with no help from highly skilled person. It is also a cost-effective process as the product produced is highly demanded in the market and has a very good value.