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Biomass
Materials.

Super 60 Model

Super 75 Model

Super 90 Model

Briquetting Plant

Briquetting is a process of fuel manufacturing system from Agro wastes like groundnut shells, cashew nut shells, saw dust, coir pith, coffee husk, cotton stalk et.,

The best and cheif process found in experience is manufacturing briquettes from a mixture of 80% saw dust and 20% groundnut shell. In other cases like 100% groundnut shell briquettes, pulvarised is to be done which increases the production cost.

The Biomass Briquetting plant produce Briquettes from Agricultural waste, Forestry waste.

The Briquetting plant consists of:

The Briquetting Press is the main machine forming solid bio-fuel briquettes from loose agro wastes. The press consists of main body called Skelton fabricated from 25mm steel plates which approximately weighs 1.50 M.T%. The other parts are two casting fly wheels each weighs 800kg.

Why Briquetting Plant ?

Due to the added benefits and the highlights of the project most developing countries appreciate and endorse the use of non conventional energy to substitute the rampant use of conventional fuels, and at the same time encourage resarch and development of finding newer ways

Why Briquetting Plant ?

Government incentives

The Indian Government has offered various incentives for implementation of the Briquetting Plants. Some of the highlights of the incentives offered by the Indian Government for Briquetting Plants.

40 mm briquettes machine
40 mm briquettes machine

Super - 60 Model

Production Capacity600-750 kg/hr
Finished Product Size60mm Diameter
Finished Product ShapeCylindrical
Raw Material FormPowdery

Super - 75 Model

As above mentioned that both models will accept only powdery form of Raw Material so, it must required powder making unit. Powder making unit consist parts of:

Super - 90 Model

As above mentioned that both models will accept only powdery form of Raw Material so, it must required powder making unit. Powder making unit consist parts of:

Comparison with other Fossil Fuels

S.NoParticularsFirewoodFirst RankCoal B
1Calorific Value2500 to 30004200 to 45004500 to 6000
2Ash20 to 28%0.5 to 6%25 to 50%
3Pollutions Poisonous effluent smokeSmokeNo Smoke & SulphurSulpur, Co2, Phosphorous Fumes
4Moisture25 to 35%8%10%
5CostRs 2.5/KgRs 3.5/kgRs 6/kg
Cost / Cal ValRs 4.50Rs 3.50Rs 6.50
6Efficiency50%75%70%
7Wastages20%10%15%
8Labour usageRequire Maximum Persons in handling and cuttingSingle person is enoughRequires two persons
9Bolier EfficiencyRequire regular maintananceNormal fly ash deposit on tubesHigh wear & tear
10HandlingTough require more areasEasy because of packed materialTough

Country wise Availability of Raw Materials

MalaysiaPalam Husk, Rice Husk Char Rice Husk
NepalLabakshi, Lantana, Banmara Water Hyacinth, Agerntum Ficus, Thakal Kanada Katra Ghass
NetherlandsMiscalthus (Elephant grass)
ThailandCorn Cob, Corn Cob Waste
U.KCeder Cones
U.S.ACommerical Briq
Vietnam Rice Husk, Rice Char (Ash) Rice Steam, Rice Busha
IndiaAmla seed, Babool, Bambo Dust briq, beehive briq, Cashew shell, Wheat stalk Coconut shell, Coir pith, Jute Waste, Palm Fonds, Saw dust, Sugarcane, Tobacco Waste, Almonds Bagasee, Bark, Besaram, Castor seed shell, Coffee husk, Cotton shells, Paddy straw, Rice husk, Soyabean husk, Tea Waste,.
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