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There are different types of briquetting press, roller type, piston type, screw type. In European countries, people prefer to call roller type briquetting press by another name, roller press.

Roller press or roll press is widely used for powder material compaction, grinding, briquetting, agglomeration. When it is used to make briquettes, we can call it roller briquetting press.

Binder and pressure is of great importance in roller press. It not only decides if you can get solid briquettes, but also influences the economic profit. The rise in binder content would increase the strength and impurity, while decrease the density of briquettes. The rise in pressure would increase both density and strength.

Each briquette may have different behaviors when agglomerated with a particular binder. They could be categorized into several groups:

    Thermoplastic, such as wax, resin, pitch.
    Motor, such as lime, gypsum, cement.
    Glucosidic, such as molasses, starch.
    Clay, such as bentonite.

How to choose an appropriate binder is quite a difficult job that requires experience and knowledge. To us, an experienced roller press manufacturer, it would be much easier. Engaged in this area for many years, we have many successful cases. We can provide the best roller press for you at competitive price.

The application of briquetting technology:

Ore: iron ore fines, chrome ore fines, chromite ore fines, laterite ore fines, manganese ore fines, nickel ore fines, magnesite

Fuel: charcoal powder, coal fines, carbon black, petroleum coke, coke

Mineral: quick lime, burnt lime, gypsum, fluorite, fluorspar, iron concentrate, clay

By-products in metallurgy: refractory materials, silicon carbide, aluminum dross, residues

By-products in steel making: sponge iron, mill scale, iron dust, flue dust, steel sludge, fly ash, sintering fines



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