Energy briquettes are a sustainable fuel made by biomass briquettes presses from biomass materials such as saw dusts, wood shavings, straws, rice husks, wasted border, abandoned furniture, etc. Different briquettes have different burning characteristics, making some more suitable for specific stages in your fire's life. Some briquettes are great for lighting the fire; some are best for… Continue reading Be a savvy briquette buyer
A lot of people ask why we believe wood briquettes offer better value for money than wood logs. Well why wouldn't we, when briquettes are so much hotter, cleaner, longer burning and more economical? The case for briquettes over logs is not based on subjective opinion, it is pure physics. Briquettes are lighter in weight… Continue reading Wood Briquette VS Wood Logs
Nowadays, everyone is thinking about how to make their homes greener and how to save energy. Everyone is now aware of the problems presented by global warming and we are all thinking of ways to change our lifestyles in order to help stop this phenomenon and keep our world safe. This is why biomass briquettes… Continue reading Benefits & Uses of Biomass Briquettes
The huge quantity of the agricultural crop wastes are easily converted into the high quality fuel using the biomass briquette plant. In many developing countries which have agriculture background, have ample quantities of agro-crop wastes available. These agricultural biomass waste are also directly used as a fuel in many rural areas, but the direct burning… Continue reading Convert Agro-waste To Useful Fuel Using Briquette Press
At Hi Tech Agro Energy Pvt. Ltd., we talk about biomass fuels a lot. If you are curious what qualifies as a biomass fuel, we’ve compiled this primer to answer that question and more. What is Biomass? In the context of biomass for energy the term is often used to mean plant based material, but… Continue reading Biomass: The Sustainable, Renewable Fuel Choice
From time immemorial we have been using biomass in the form of wood and twigs for heating purposes. In many domestic and industrial sectors worldwide, biomass is still used in its raw form – just cut the tree branches or collect the twigs and use them for heating. At the same time, many industrial sectors especially require biomass in a denser and compact form.
BACKGROUND: All across the world, wood waste is one of the most abundantly available biomass residues for Briquetting. The different types of wood wastes that are available are shown below – Most commonly used material for large capacity plants is Saw Dust as multi stage preprocessing is required for all other materials and… Continue reading Integrated Wood Waste Briquetting Plants