How to Choose the Charcoal Briquette Machine Correctly

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Briquetting is a process that biomass is compressed under high pressure and high temperature. The self bonding of biomass to form a briquette involves the thermo plastic flow of the biomass. The lignin content that occurs naturally in biomass is liberated under high pressure and temperature. Lignin serves as the glue in the briquetting process, thus binding, compressing the biomass to form into high density briquettes.Charcoal briquetting machine, namely briquetting machine, is used to produce biomass briquettes as semi-finished product for charcoal machine or carbonized stove. Since the briquetting quality is also impacted by charcoal briquetting machine per se, we should be capable of differentiating briquetting machines as well, which is the pivotal equipment among a briquetting plant.The first importance shall be attached to driving force of a briquetting machine. On the one hand motors of briquetting press shall never be equipped with aluminum wires and cables, and on the other, motor power should not remain insufficient. Otherwise, briquetting density will be affected.Second, you should confirm with the manufacturer of briquetting presses that motor bearings should be compatible with briquette yield.Third, castings weight is another factor for the charcoal briquetting machine, with the thickness of them up to 50mm and the holistic weight not less than 300kg.Fourth, get to know the propeller traits and working principles of the mold.The most common materials are coconut shell, sawdust, woodchips, bamboo shavings, tree bark, chestnut shell, cotton stalk, sesame stalk, corn stalk, sunflower stalk, soybean stalk, rice husk, sugarcane bagasse, corncob, etc. The material diameter must be less than 6mm and moisture is about 10%. The raw material piled density is 60-350 kg/m³, while the briquettes piled density is 1100-1400kg/m³. We can easily draw a conclusion that the br

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