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Briquetting Plant

  • Date Submitted: 11/17/2013 09:41 PM
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Briquetting plant is technology to convert all types of agriculture, forestry and industrial waste into solid fuel. Briquettes are formed in cylindrical logs using high mechanical pressure without the use of chemical or binder. The product is a replacement to conventional fossil fuels and can be used across various manufacturing facilities such as boilers, furnaces and kilns. Bio-Briquette is an eco-friendly solid biofuel which helps to reduces pollution, contributing to greener environment and save worthy foreign exchange. Briquetting works on the basic concept of Wealth from Waste. Agricultural waste is converted to solid biofuel by farmers by installing of the Briquetting plant. The briquettes are used for energy generation helping farmers to earn money from the waste. Our model "JUMBO-90" works on the world renowned binderless technology.





  1. Material like saw dust, ground nut shells, castor seed shells and all another raw material up to 25mm size are supplied to the screw conveyor.

  2. When more than one material is used, make sure that they are propotionally mixed.

  3. Materials with higher moisture content i.e. more then 10-12% needs to be sun-dried.

  4. Material from conveyor is discharged with the help of conveyor, veram and gear.

  5. Material in the feeder box is compressed by the press, forcing it through tapper die (ram punch) fitted in the die holder.

  6. The compression raises the temperature of material which softens inherent lignin which comes to the surface and binds the materials together.

  7. Log shaped briquettes are pushed through cooling tracks under slight pressure for cooling.

  8. Cooled briquettes are broken & packed in bags or stored in bulk for dispatch.




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