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Biomass Materials

Biomass materials and biomass based industry residues are very important renewable energy sources. The importance of these materials are alternate fuel has been well recognized for use in power generation. While the characteristics of biomass vary from different geographical regions, the values for typical biomass materials are indicated for general guidance. The Machine which produce Briquettes is called Briquetting Machine.

Biomass Grade Bulk
Density
Kgs/m3
Ash
Content
C% H% N% O% Calorific
values
Kcal/Kg
Castor stick     5.40 45.97 6.65 1.28 40.70 4300
Castor Seed Shell     8.00 44.25 5.65 0.16 41.94 3.860
Corn Cobs 11%
moisture
304 1.20 41.44 5.96 0.14 51.26  
Cotton Pods     5.01 41.49 6.20 1.81 45.49 4200
Saw Dust Loose 177 1.20 52.28 5.20 0.047 40.85 4400
Straw Loose 80 15.50 35.97 5.28 0.17 43.08 3700
Straw Bales 320            
Wooden (hard) - 330 1.50 52.30 5.20 0.50 42.00 4400
Bagasse 50% 0.12 74
160 kg
4.00 47.00 6.50 0.00 42.50 4200
Coirjjith 0.12 47 13.60 41.27 4.02 1.51 39.60 4100
Cotton Shell 0.21 79 4.60 44.19 5.87 0.73 44.61 4200
Coconut Wastes     6.31 46.69 5.89 0.07 41.04 3720
Coffee Husk     11.61 46.46 6.26 0.72 34.95 3745
Eucalyptus Saw dust 0.12 239 0.21 49.37 6.39 2.02 42.01 4400
Groundnut Shell 0.15 165 3.10 33.90 1.97 1.10 59.93 4500
Mulberry stick 2.49 44.23 6.61 0.51 46.25 4380
Rice Husk 0.12 93 22.20 36.42 4.91 0.59 35.88 3200
Sunflower Stalk 0.12 93 4.30 44.20 5.50 0.50 45.50 4300
Sugar cane leaves 0.13 167 7.71 39.75 5.55 0.71 46.82 4200
Saw dust 0.12 165 1.20 52.28 5.20 0.47 40.85 4500
Subabul 1.20 42j6 5.68 1.07 49.29 3980
Sweet sorghum stalk 7.40 41.83 5.90 0.53 44.34 4100
Tobacco dust 0.18 586 49.40 19.94 1.63 4.35 24.68 1164
Tea waste 0.17 100 6.70 45.97 5.40 2.76 39.17 4000
Tobacco stem 20.6 28.30 4.50 1.00 45.60 3041

source: Book titled : "Biomass", Thermo-Chemical characterization" Published by IIT, New Delhi. Please Note: Above Biomass is suitable for using seperately of in a mix form as an input of Raw material for converting finished briquettes.

Calorific value may vary due to different quality of raw material.