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Biomass Briquetting

Bio coal is a solid form of bio energy, which has been gaining significant market in the foreign nations. However, it is still in the nascent stage in India due to limited supplies and inadequate marketing. With heating capacity ranging from 3500-4750 Kcal, bio coal will serve as a substitute to black coal. Since it is manufactured with biomass as its raw material and pressing as the process, it is known as biomass briquetting.
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Garden Care

Biomass Briquetting is the process of converting low bulk density biomass into high density and energy concentrated fuel briquettes. Biomass Briquetting plants are of various sizes which converts biomass into solid fuels. Briquettes are ready substitute of Coal/wood in industrial boiler and brick kiln for thermal application.
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Irrigation & Drainage

There is a worldwide acceptance of briquettes/white coal and growing demand for the
briquetting plants. Most advanced countries today are adapting the concepts of preserving and retaining their natural resources. Energy is the key factor in economic development in most countries today. As the world adjusts itself, to the new millennium and the increasing demand for fuel and energy, governments and concerned agencies worldwide are also encouraging other developing countries to make use of this theory. Since most of them lack knowledge and technology but have an abundant supply of agro waste; introduction of the briquetting industry would be a potentially profitable project. Adoption of briquetting technology will not only create a safe and hygienic way of disposing the waste, but also turn it into a cash rich venture by converting waste into energy and also contributing towards a better environment.

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There is a worldwide acceptance

There is a worldwide acceptance of briquettes/white coal and growing demand for the briquetting plants. Most advanced countries today are adapting the concepts of preserving and retaining their natural resources. Energy is the key factor in economic development in most countries today. As the world adjusts itself, to the new millennium and the increasing demand for fuel and energy, governments and concerned agencies worldwide are also encouraging other developing countries to make use of this theory. Since most of them lack knowledge and technology but have an abundant supply of agro waste; introduction of the briquetting industry would be a potentially profitable project. Adoption of briquetting technology will not only create a safe and hygienic way of disposing the waste, but also turn it into a cash rich venture by converting waste into energy and also contributing towards a better environment.

Biomass is material derived from recently living organisms, which includes plants, animals and their byproducts. Manure, garden waste, forest waste and crop residues are all sources of biomass. It is a renewable energy source based on the carbon cycle, unlike other natural resources such as petroleum, coal, and nuclear fuels.

Examples of biodegradable wastes include Rice Husk, Coffee Husk, Coir Pitch, Jute Sticks, Sugarcane Bagasse, Groundnut Shell, Mustard Stalks, Cotton Stalks, Sawdust, Caster Seed Shells / Stalk, Wood Chips, Bamboo Dust, Tobacco Waste, Tea Waste, Paddy Straw, Wheat Straw, Sunflower Stalk, Palm Husk, Soya-bean Husk, Veneer Residues, Barks & Straws, Forestry waste, Seeds Cases etc. The use of biomass fuels can therefore contribute to waste management as well as fuel security and help to prevent or slow down climate change, although alone they are not a comprehensive solution to these problems.

The Biomass Briquettes are eco-friendly and renewable energy in our Country. With a high average heating capacity of around 4000 K. Cal per tone and high thermal variability, it is proving to be a great success in some parts of the country as a pure substitute to coal.

Briquettes have high specific density (1200 Kg/m3) and bulk density (800 Kg/m3) compared to 60 to 180 Kg/m3 of loose biomass. These can withstand the stocks of long distance transport, Loading/unloading and transportation costs are much less, and storage requirement is drastically reduced. Compared to fire wood or loose biomass, briquettes give much higher boiler efficiency because of low moisture and higher density.

At present in Indian territory it has used in the Industries like Paper Mills, Solvent Extraction Plants, Vegetable Plant, Chemical Plant, Textile Units, Dying House, Food Processing Units, Milk Plant, Sugarcane Mills, Leather Industries, Laminating Industries etc.

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