A hexagonal charcoal processing plant is a facility that produces hexagonal charcoal briquettes from biomass materials such as wood chips, sawdust, and agricultural waste.
The plant typically consists of a crusher, a dryer, a briquette machine, and a cooler. The raw materials are first crushed to a fine powder, then dried to a moisture content of 8-12%.
The dried powder is then fed into the briquette machine, where it is compressed into hexagonal briquettes. The briquettes are then cooled and packaged for sale.
Hexagonal charcoal briquettes are a more efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional charcoal. They are easier to light and burn longer, and they produce less smoke and ash.