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briquetting machine - biomass briquette machine latest price, manufacturers & suppliers

briquetting machine - biomass briquette machine latest price, manufacturers & suppliers

Taluka Lodhika, Rajkot Plot No. G-1350, Opposite Meera Dairy Products, Near Accurate Industries Behind Signor Polymers Pvt. Ltd., Kishan Gate, Taluka Lodhika, Rajkot - 360021, Dist. Rajkot, Gujarat

manufacturers of biomass briquette machines | ecostan india pvt ltd

manufacturers of biomass briquette machines | ecostan india pvt ltd

Process: The dried and granulated raw-material is fed into the machine with the help of in-feed screw conveyor. Further, the material enters into the machine keep, the keep worm pushes the material into the briquetting chamber. The biofuel briquettes are formed in the briquetting chamber without the need of any binder with high pressure mechanical punch. Next, the briquettes come out from the cooling line and are ready to use.

Use: Briquetting Machine is used to make Biomass Briquettes out of any agricultural or forest waste without any need of binder or adhesive. The Biomass Briquettes are further used for heat generation purposes. It terms to be the best replacement of black coal & other fossil fuels. The Cylindrical shaped Briquettes of size 40mm/ 60mm/ 70mm/90mm/ 100mm can be made.

Agricultural Waste and residues: Rice husk, Sunflower, Groundnut shells, Almonds shells, Coconut shells, Cotton stalks, Arhar stalks, Sugar cane leaves and trash, Mustard stalks, Bajra cobs, Coir dust, Paddy straw, Wheat straw and Mentha Plant waste, Maize plant waste, Corn cob waste, Coffee waste, Tea waste etc.

Vernacular Names: Briquette Machine, Mud Press, Sawdust Briquette Machine, Briquette Press, White Coal Making Machine, Bio Coal Machine, Jumbo 90 Briquette Machine, Wood Briquette Making Machine, Bamboo Briquette Machine, Paddy Straw Briquette Machine, Coir Pith Briquette Machine, Soybean Briquetting Machine, Mustard Straw Briquetting Machine etc.

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be - briquettes | maharashtra energy development agency (govt. of maharashtra institution), india

Huge quantities of agro residues are produced but are inefficiently burnt reducing its thermal efficiency & causing extensive pollution to the environment. These agro residues can be converted to efficient green fuel by means of biomass briquettes / pellets. The major residues are rice husk, bagasse, soyabean husk, cotton stalks, groundnut shells, sawdust, mustard stalks, coir pith, jute sticks and coffee husk etc. Apart from the problems of transportation, storage and handling, the direct burning of loose biomass in conventional grates is associated with very low thermal efficiency and widespread air pollution. In addition, a large percentage of un-burnt carbonaceous ash has to be disposed of. Hence if, these materials are processed into high density fuel briquettes/pellets they can be efficiently utilized. Biomass briquetting is the densification of loose biomass material to produce compact solid composites of different sizes with the application of pressure.

A Briquette machine allows compressing above mentioned wastes into briquettes that are environmental friendly and have high calorific value. Burning briquettes as a fuel completes a natural cycle; on combustion they only release as much carbon dioxide back in the atmosphere as was originally absorbed by the growing crops during photosynthesis. Biomass briquettes can be used for power generation or for thermal application but mostly they are used for thermal application in industries replacing conventional fuel.

As a result of promotional policy, briquetting sector in the state is growing gradually, thereby developing new entrepreneurs, increased income to the farmers & generating employment for rural youths. Due to MEDAs incentive scheme, many entrepreneurs are benefitted.

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