Briquetting is a process of compacting, destroying the elasticity of the natural fibers. This can be done by means of two methods only: high pressure and high temperature. The elasticity of the residue must be broken to obtain a briquette with reasonable resistance and durability for transport and storage.
Advantages of Using a Briquetting Machine:
Briquettes of uniform size and hardness.
Possibility of adjusting to higher levels of performance.
Low wear because counter pressure is not created by friction.
Low electrical load due to a high efficiency hydraulic system with exceptionally low operating noise.
Performance metered by an electronically regulated screw conveyor, also for various kinds of waste materials.
Briquetting Machines Application Fields:
Main Features of a Briquetting Machine:
Briquetting machines produce briquettes that have a rugged structure and form however can be reused in the construction industry.
Each briquette comprises of low electrical load that remains relative to the individual briquette capacity.
The cost of managing briquettes during transportation is reduced apart from the additional costs cut down for weight and volume.
Considering that the briquettes are designed in a particular shape, they can be used in the warehouse for fittings in case of damaged machinery.
One of the uses of briquettes is that they can be used in the form of fuel logs due to their structure, composition and concrete surfaces.