A briquette charcoal plant is a facility that produces charcoal briquettes from biomass materials such as sawdust, wood chips, and agricultural waste.
The plant typically consists of a crushing unit, a dryer, a mixer, a briquetting press, and a cooling unit. The biomass materials are first crushed into small pieces, then dried to a moisture content of 10-12%.
The dried materials are then mixed with a binder and pressed into briquettes. The briquettes are then cooled and packaged.
Briquette charcoal plants are a relatively new technology, but they are becoming increasingly popular due to their many advantages. Briquette charcoal is more efficient than traditional charcoal, and it produces less smoke and ash. Briquette charcoal is also easier to transport and store.
If you are interested in starting a briquette charcoal plant, there are a few things you need to do. First, you need to find a source of biomass materials.
Once you have found a source of materials, you need to purchase the necessary equipment. You also need to find a location for your plant. Finally, you need to obtain the necessary permits and licenses.