Various Application of Briquettes

Use of Eco-Friendly Briquettes as a fuel to save non-conventional fuels has shown very promising results.

Application of Briquette

Biomass Briquettes are widely used for any type of Thermal Application like steam generation in boilers, heating purpose, drying process & gasification plant to replace existing conventional fuel like coal, wood & costly liquid fuel like FO, Diesel, LDO, Kerosene etc. Use of Eco-Friendly Briquettes as a fuel to save non-conventional fuels has shown very promising results.

Bio coal briquette made by briquetting press is a forth coming fuel of the world. It’s a high excellence asset towards inexpensive, ecological & progressive environmental company policy.

Use of Briquettes In Various Industries

Bio coal Briquette made by Briquetting Press is a forth coming fuel of the world. It’s a high quality asset towards economical, ecological & advanced environmental company policy.

Gasifier System ApplicationsCeramic Industries
Refractory IndustriesSolvent Extraction Plant
Chemical IndustriesDyeing Units
Milk PlantFood Processing Industries
Vegetable PlantsTextile Unit
Spinning MillLamination Industries
Leather IndustriesBrick Making Units
Rubber IndustriesAny Industrial Thermal Application
Power PlantFood Industry


Briquette with Fossil Fuels

S.No Factors Briquettes Wood/Loose  Biomass/Rice Husk Coal
1. Calorific Value 3800-4500 2500 to 3000 5000-5500
2. Ash Contents 2  to 10 20 to 25% 20 to 40%
3. Pollution/Poisonous effluent Smoke No Smoke No Sulfur Smoke Sulphur,Co2, phosphorous fumes
4. Moisture 8 %( max) 25 to 35% 10 to 20%
5. Cost Rs.4.5 /Kg Rs. 3.5 /kg Rs. 8.0 /kg
6. Cost Rs./Kcal 1.18 1.4 1.6
7. Efficiency of boiler 75% 70% 75%
8. Wastages/Loss 8-10% 20-25% 15-20%
8 a. Actual usable value Rs./Kcal after losses 1.29 1.75 1.92
8 b. Remarks Best value achieved per Rupee spent Medium value achieved per rupee spent Least value achieved per rupee spent
9. Labour usage Single person is enough Require maximum persons in handling and cutting Require two persons
10. Boiler efficiency Normal Fly ash deposit on tubes Require regular maintenance High wear & tear
11. Handling Easy because of packed material Tough require more areas Tough material
Fossil Fuels
Heavy Furnace Oil 9900 Coal Grade ‘B’ 5000
Kerosene 8900 Coal Grade ‘C’ 4000
Diesel 9400 Fire Wood 3300
LPG 9400 Char Coal 6000
Calorific Value Of Briquette “White Coal” 4000

Biomass materials and their Typical Characteristics

Biomass materials and biomass based industry residues are very important renewable energy sources. The importance of these materials as alternate fuels i.e., Briquettes has been well recognized for use in power generation. While the characteristics of biomass like Calorific Value, Ash Content etc. vary from different geographical regions, the values for typical biomass materials are indicated for general guidance.

Biomass Ash Content % Calorific Value Kcal/Kg. Biomass Ash Content % Calorific Value Kcal/Kg.
Bagasse 1.80 4380 K. Babool [Wood] 0.90 4707 K.
Castor Seed Shell 8.00 3862 K. Paddy Straw 15.50 3436 K.
Castor Stick 5.40 4300 K. Mustard Shell 3.70 4300 K.
Coconut Wastes 6.31 3720 K. Barks Wood 4.40 4270 K.
Coffee Husk 5.30 4045 K. Wheat Straw 8.00 4100 K.
Coir Pith 9.10 4146 K. Soya Bean Husk 4.10 4170 K.
Corn Cobs 0.20 4100 K. Jute Waste 3.00 4428 K.
Corn Dental Stick 3.00 4050 K. Cashew Husk 20.00 4100 K
Cotton Stalk & Shell 3.00 4252 K. Palm Husk 4.90 3900 K.
Groundnut Shell 3.80 4524 K. Bamboo Dust 8.00 4160 K.
Lemon Grass 5.80 4030 K. Nappier Grass 8.55 4051 K.
Mulberry Stick 2.49 4380 K. Forestry Waste 7.00 3000 K.
Rice husk 20.65 3950 K. Mustard Stalk 3.40 4200 K.
Saw Dust 1.20 4400 K. Wood Chips 1.20 4785 K.
Sugar Cane Leaves 5.00 3996 K. Rice Straw 21.20 3200 K.
Sun Flower Stalk 4.30 4300 K. Tea Waste 3.80 4237 K.
Sweet Sorghum Stalk 7.40 4100 K. Sunflower Stalk 4.30 4300 K.
Tobacco Waste 31.50 2910 K.

What is biomass and How is it used?

It is used for many types of things such as cooking, heating homes and buildings and even for electricity sources. Biomass has become so popular because it is a very clean, renewable source for energy and fuel.

Its advantage is that it can be used to generate electricity with the same equipment or power plants that are now burning fossil fuels. Biomass is an important source of energy and the most important fuel worldwide after coal, oil and natural gas. Traditional use of biomass is more than its use in modern application.

It can help mitigate climate change; reduce acid rain; prevent soil erosion and water pollution; minimize pressure on landfills; provide wildlife habitat; and help maintain forest health through better management. The use of biomass will reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions.

They are also called Bio Coal or White Coal and Bio Fuel. Biomass Briquettes are product of briquetting process of converting a low density biomass in a compact high density biomass, concentrated with high energy. … Binder works as a moisturizer to hold the briquette.