Using the biomass briquette machine to produce biofuel briquette is a popular business everywhere in the world. And the charcoal briquette machine price is reasonable. Fusmar Machinery sells high-quality biomass charcoal briquette making machine in the Philippines.
Biomass Briquette Machine
Around the world, there come huge quantities of agro waste every year. Directly burn these waste are with very low thermal efficiency and widespread air pollution. Using sawdust charcoal briquette machine to briquette the biomass argo waste could mitigate these pollution problems as well as making use of this important energy resource. Biomass briquette has high specific density (600-1200 kg/m³) and bulk density (400-800 kg/m³) compares to loose biomass (60-180 kg/m³). Briquettes give much higher efficiency due to the low moisture and higher density.
Environment Protection Fuel
Biomass briquettes can be used as substitute or alternative to fossil fuels and wood. They are made from agricultural and forestry wastes. The wastes are converted into high density & energy-concentrated biomass briquettes using biomass briquetting machine, without using any chemical. This makes the briquettes 100% natural. It is for their efficiency and cleanliness in heat production that they are preferred in daily use and industrial facilities.
Raw Materials For Making Biomass Briquette
The biomass briquettes are mainly produced from the agricultural waste material, livestock, industrial/urban waste or a mixture thereof. A list of them: 1. Different argo fibres like wheat straw, rice straw, hay, jute stick, groundnut shell, energy grasses (miscanthus, elephant grass, switchgrass), seed husks, corn cobs, corn stover, energy cane, sugar cane bagasse, mustard stalk, coir pith, etc. 2. Cotton stalk, bamboo, grapevine clippings, fruit tree clippings, coffee shrubs. 3. Olive pits, coffee husk, peanut shells, and all other types of nut shells. 4. Tobacco waste, used coffee grinds, dried tomato vines. 5. Recycled paper, cardboard, spent bank notes. 6. MSW (Municipal Solid Waste). 7. Dried animal droppings, dried sludge from wastewater treatment plants.
Basic OperationsFor Material Before Making Biomass Briquette
The following factors are very important for our biomass raw material: 1. Moisture – Low moisture content Moisture content should be as low as possible, generally in the range of 10-15 percent. High moisture content will pose problems in grinding and excessive energy is required for drying. Drying is normally not required for materials like the coffee husk, groundnut shells and rice husk. 2. Size – Small particles Generally, the maximum size of raw material should be less than 5mm or 30mm (depends on the machine type).
Fusmar Machinery as a professional biomass briquette machine equipment supplier, we not only provide a complete wood charcoal briquette production line but also provide a single machine in each process. With years of experience in production and sales, we offered machines that are welcomed by customers.