The briquetting of fuel was a significant business in the early 20th century. A multitude of plants around the world produced literally tens of millions of tons of usable and economic material that met the energy needs of industry. This process faded mid-century though, as other fuel sources became available. Currently, briquetting is undergoing a renaissance, principally due to the convergence of two critical factors. The recent developments in briquetting process design and binder innovations have dramatically changed the economics of using stoker fuel briquettes as an energy resource, thus making briquetting once again an attractive industry. In addition, there has been a steady increase in worldwide governmental pressure to address the problem of waste disposal, a dilemma that briquetting can help remedy.
- 97% Effective Briquetting Roll Work Surface
- Asymmetrical Briquette Shape for Efficient Material Handling & Shipping
- Up to 150 Tons per Hour
- Various Size Equipment
- Different Pocket Sizes Available
- Modular Equipment Design
- Operator Friendly Control System