Biomass Briquettes Product Details: Shape : Cylindrical Diameter : 6 mm - 8 mm Briquettes can be made out of any available agro waste or bio mass such as groundnut shell, rice husk, saw dust, dried leaves of acacia, eucalyptus bark, waste tea twigs, wood chips, coconut shells, coffee husk etc. These are 100% organic in nature as they are put through compressed processing techniques without the need of inorganic binders. These low cost smoke free briquettes with high combustion efficiency are used in: 1. Tyre retreading units 2. Tea roasting units 3. Boiler for raising steam 4. Hotels and restaurants for cooking 5. Dryers and ovens for generation of hot air
We manufacture and supply biomass briquettes tamil nadu based company. Briquette is used in boilers, furnance, roasters, hot air generator, water or oil heaters. Briquette is renewable energy which is made from high caloric content materials like coffee husk, tamarin shells, cashew nut shells . They form an environment friendly replacement for coal or wood. Calorific value= 3800-4200 kcal/kg Moisture=approx 6-10% Impurity=almost nil Biocoal dia= 60mm 75mm Biocoal length= 100mm-200mm
Mustered husk briquettes – mustard stalk briquettes is a used as an ideal fuel due to the following reasons: eco friendly & renewable energy fuel economical and cheaper than other solid fuels i.E. Coal & wood higher thermal calorific value around 4000 kcal/kg pollution free because there is no sulfur or any hazardous material? lower ash content 2 to 5%. There is no fly ash when burn consistent high burning efficiency due to the low moisture contain high density & higher fix carbon value easy for feeding & combustion due to unique shape combustion is more uniform compared to other coal. Product specifications - Size : 90mm dia meter. Shape : cylindrical . Calorific value : 3800 to 4500k. Cal/kg Moisture% : below 5% Ash content : 3 to 5 % (coal20-40%)
Biomass Briquette is a biofuel substitute to charcoal, coal and firewood. It is used in electricity generation, heat and cooking fuel. Our Biomass Briquettes are made of multiple green waste including Rice husk, groundnut shells, municipal solid waste and other organic materials. Biomass briquettes have a high burning efficiency and burn cleanly with less environmental pollution (less Carbon Monoxide and Sulphur Dioxide). Technical Specification: Calorific Value: 4200 KCal Minimum Size: 65 - 90 mm 25/50 KG HDPE/LDPE/Gunny Bags. 20 MT in 20 FCL, 26 MT in 40 FCL
We are manufacturers of biomass briquettes.We manufacture saw dust briquette, groundnutshell briquette and baggasse briquette. Our product is packed in plastic bags of 50kg.
Briquettes are made from biomass waste such as peanut shells, saw dust, coffee husk, rice husk etc. Packed in bags and pallets.Packing can be altered to customers specs.
Briquettes produced from briquetting of biomass are fairly good substitute for coal, lignite, firewood and offer numerous advantages. -briquettes are cheaper than coal, oil, lpg -there is no sulfur in briquettes. -bio mass briquettes have a higher practical thermal value and much lower ash content(2-10% compare to 20-40% in coal). -there is no fly ash in burning briquettes Briquettes have a consistent quality, have high burning efficiency are ideally sized for complete combustion. Combustion is more uniform compared to coal and boiler response to changes in steam requirements is faster due to higher quantity of volatile matter in briquettes. -briquettes are clean to handle and can be packed in bags for ease of handling and storage. -briquettes are usually produced near the consumption centers and supplies don´t depend on erratic transport from long distances. Hdpe bags
A popular biomass briquette emerging in developed countries takes a waste produce such as sawdust, groundnut shell etc compresses it and then extrudes it to make a reconsistuted log that can replace firewood. It is a similar process to forming a wood pellet but on a larger scale. There are no binders involved in this process. The natural lignin in the wood binds the particles of wood together to form a solid. Burning a wood briquette is far more efficient than burning firewood. Moisture content of a briquette can be as low as 4%, whereas green firewood may be as high as 65%. Use of biomass briquettes can earn carbon credits for reducing emissions in the atmosphere. Biomass briquettes also provide more calorific value/kg and save around 30-40 percent of boiler fuel costs. Depends on consumers requirment.