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Coal briquetting technology – process, binder and the briquette machine

why doing coal briquetting

Coal briquetting is a process which turn the coal dust to briquette. Compare to directly use coal dust as fuel, use coal briquette not only helps to reduce the burning cost (reduce 20-30% of coal dust usage), but also makes benefit to the environment.

So, how can we make briquette from the coal dust, what things should we pay attention to on the briquetting process, follow our article and you’ll find your own way on coal briquetting.

Coal briquetting process

A simple coal briquetting process normally follow the way below

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How moisture affects the biomass briquetting process

The biomass briquetting technology is a technique for compressing various loose biomass raw materials into a certain shape, big strength and density fuel briquette by heating and pressing techniques.

Common biomass waste includes sawdust, wood shavings, wood flour, crop straw, rice husk, etc.

The high moisture, irregular shape and size, and low bulk density of biomass feedstocks make it difficult to process, transport, store and utilize.

But when these biomass materials are processed into briquettes, the density is greatly improved, and the cost of transportation and storage is reduced.

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5 factors that will affect biomass fuel briquetting process and quality

There are many factors that will affect the biomass briquetting process, everyone who is making biomass briquette from biomass briquetting machine wants to improve the quality of the briquette, so what are the factors affect the biomass process and the quality? Mainly the factors are as follow:

Raw material types

The briquetting properties of different types of raw materials vary widely.

The type of raw material not only affects the briquette quality, such as the density, strength, and calorific value, but also affects the output and power consumption of the briquetting machine.

Among a large number of agricultural and forestry wastes, some plants are easy to be compressed and briquetted after being crushed, and some are more difficult.

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