Briquetting pressure requirement


Briquetting of natural materials requires altogether higher weights as extra constrain is expected to defeat the normal springiness of these materials. Basically, this includes the decimation of the phone dividers through some blend of weight and warmth. The requirement for higher weights implies that the briquetting of natural materials is innately more expensive than for inorganic energizes.

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Eco-friendly Agro Waste Management Process


In today’s world, many countries create huge amounts of agro waste. To store, transport and handling of these agro waste is very big problem. Mostly these agro wastes are used as fuel but in very inefficient way that cause pollution in environment.

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The management of agro waste is containing recycling and composting of agro waste. Nowadays, Briquetting is very popular agro waste management process in many developing countries in world. It is very eco-friendly manner used to handle agro waste material. It transforms agro waste into useful bio fuel or bio coal. Briquetting machine is equipment that works on the principle of briquetting technology.

Charcoal Briquetting


Charcoal briquettes have wide purpose both in industrial and home use featured with high density, miniature quantity & excellent combustibility. We are present array of charcoal briquette machines which are normal charcoal briquette machine, energy-saving charcoal briquetting machine and Hydraulic charcoal briquette machine.  The briquettes can be twisted with high or low pressure and can undergo mechanical or thermal treatment according to the characteristics of the processed material, the binder used and the desired final product. Briquetting plant, Charcoal Briquette Plant in Rajkot.

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Charcoal can be manufactured by two methods:

  • Direct method: The direct method is to heat and form an incomplete combustion of the organic matter that results in the formation of charcoal.
  • Indirect method: In the indirect method an external heat source is used to “burn” organic matter kept in a closed but vented airless chamber. The indirect method results in production of high quality charcoal with less smoke and pollutants