Charcoal Powder Briquette Extruder for Biomass Boiler
Briquetting is the transformation of a powdery or granular product into a larger more convenient size. This is accomplished by compacting the product with a roller press sometimes in the presence of a binder material. The briquettes can be produced 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 end product.
1. Increases scrap metal value by producing a near-solid briquette, which is often significantly more valuable than loose chips and turnings.
2 Compresses coolant fluid and oil out of chips and turnings during the briquetting process and safely contains those fluids.
3 Recovered coolant fluid and oil which is normally lost may be recycled and re-used, resulting in significantly lowered coolant and oil costs.
4. Eliminates deductions for fluid contamination of material.
5. Reduces liability exposure associated with transport of loose wet chips and turnings.
6. Reduces potential environmental damage and regulatory violations by removing cutting fluids from materials.
7. Reduces the use of expensive floor space for scrap storage.
8. Fully automated operation reduces labor costs and safety hazards.
9. Greatly reduces fire hazard associated with some materials
10. Reduces transportation and box rental expenses compared to loose chips and turnings.