Our Company is established in year 1994, in Rajkot, Gujarat. We manufacture Biomass Briquettes in our “Biomass Briquetting Plant” under the strict supervision of Mr. Sanjay Tilala (Managing Director and Chairman). We are having a rich experience of 19 years into the business of Biomass. Our Company has penetrated the global market by having its niche in Africa, USA, Canada, UK, Europe, South East Asia, Emirates and Asian Countries. (Text for Left side)

How to Briquette the Bio-Mass?

Biomass briquettes are made from agricultural waste and are a replacement for fossil fuels such as oil or coal. The raw material like Saw Dust is screened and stalk or Forest & Agro waste are chopped by cutter chipper cum Grinder (Single Action) if the raw material size is larger than 25mm.

In briquettes machinery plant, agricultural and forestry wastes are used to make briquettes individually or in combination without using any ring binder.

 
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How to Briquette the Bio-Mass?
How to Briquette the Bio-Mass?

Briquettes are generally made of raw material of agricultural & forests wastes and other organic materials like: rice husk, bagasse, ground nut shells, municipal solid waste, saw dust, Jute wastes, Tamarind shells, Castor seed shells, Cashew shells, Corn waste, Pine needles, Tobacco wastes, Tea wastes, Paddy straw, Wood chips, Tree Bark, Wild Grasses & Shrubs and Sander dust etc. These are chopped by cutter chipper cum grinder (Single Action) if the raw material size is larger than 25mm. We use materials of two or more types. It should be mixed in suitable form. If the raw material has high moisture (at least 15%) it should be reduced by sun drying or sometimes using flash dryer. With the help of hammer mill, agro-forestry waste should be grinded to get desired grain size. Now the grain sized material is transported by pneumatic system to holding bins fixed over Briquetting Press. After that, By Screw conveyor, material is discharged from bin to the press. All the material is compressed by ram through taper bored die. By compression temperature is raised & lignin come to the surface and binds the material by its natural binder. At the end, Biomass Briquettes are formed in shape of log and it is automatically pushed through cooling line to the storage point.