|Production Capacity||500-1000 kg/hr|
|Output Ball Size||(50-100)mm Dia 150mm - Length|
|Power Source||415V AC|
|Raw Material Processed||Waste Shredded Paper, Shredded Paddy, Shredded Sugarcane Bale|
Briquettes are generally 50-80 mm diameter and 150 mm length waste-paper cylinders compressed at a high temperature, with a moisture content ranging between 8 to 15% with the use Shredo Hydraulic Briquetting Machine. In some cases, they have holes in order to improve their combustion. Briquettes may be composed of crushed and high density wood or composed of crushed, dried and moulded charcoal, under high pressure. Briquettes are generally used as fuel for the furnaces & boilers etc. They possess a good calorific value & it also depends upon the material too e.g. briquettes formed by shredding the waste papers is having the good caloric value as compared to the briquettes formed by the municipal solid waste.
Briquettes are manufactured by compressing and compacting the shredded waste currency papers, forestry, agricultural or industrial origin raw material, Natural compaction of the raw material is achieved by compressing at high pressure, which produces an increase in temperatures leading to a divided into smaller surface, which gives a glossy appearance and consistency to the briquettes. The Shredo's briquette production process includes the following stages:
b) Final Shredding
When the material passes through the process of final shredding then it becomes more densified as compared to after the pre-shredding. When it becomes densified then it is compressed at high pressure to achieve the final output as briquettes.
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