Briquetting presses are machines that are used for processing various materials such as wood, paper, metal and biomass, turning these into briquettes. The briquettes can then be used as a bio fuel alternative to coal and charcoal. These presses create solid briquettes without the use of any adhesive, glues etc. Depending on the requirement, the press machines can churn out briquettes of different dimension and shapes. Simply put, the presses are tailor made for all briquetting requirements, thus providing various economic advantages associated with it.
Noted for their robust construction and minimal maintenance requirements, these are highly efficient and offer optimum performance. The main components of a briquetting press are Induction motor, V-belts, Pulleys, Bearings, Main power transmission shaft, Die, Screws and Bush.
Features of Briquetting Press :
The presses are easy to operate, efficient and have very fast briquette producing speed which generally is in the range of 600 to 1000 briquettes per hour.
Briquetting presses do not corrode when these come in contact with water and moisture.
These are designed to resist fatigue that arises out of continuous vibration.
These are also designed in such a way so as to ensure minimal noise level.
These are safe to operate and last for more than 10 years.
Additional Details about Briquetting Press :
These machines are available in both automatic as well as manual mode.
The presses work optimally in environments with a temperature range of -15 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius.
Different ground support options for briquetting presses are available. For example â heavy flat base, wheel support etc.