Briquette Making Machine Manufacturer in India ​

What is a Briquette Making Machine?

A briquette making machine changes farm and forest waste into biomass briquettes or bio-coal. This process uses renewable energy, which is beneficial for the environment and the economy. It’s an environmentally friendly and green energy project.

What Are Biomass Briquettes?

Biomass briquettes are a biofuel alternative to coal and charcoal. They are mainly used in developing countries where cooking fuels are harder to find. In developed countries, there is a growing use of briquettes to heat industrial boilers for generating electricity from steam. The briquettes are burned along with coal to produce the heat needed for the boilers.

Briquetting is the process of making biomass a better renewable energy source by compressing it. Compression means the same amount of energy takes up less space.

Raw Materials Use in Briquettes Production

Forest Waste: Sawdust, sander dust, wood chips and shavings, tree bark and twigs, pine needles, wild grasses, shrubs and bamboo leaves, bamboo dust, vine waste, wood peeling waste, and more.

Agriculture Waste: Rice husk, sunflower shells, groundnut shells, almond shells, coconut shells, cotton stalks, pigeon pea stalks, sugar cane leaves and trash, mustard stalks, millet cobs, coir dust, paddy straw, wheat straw, mint plant waste, maize plant waste, corn cob waste, coffee waste, tea waste, and more.

How Are Briquettes Produced?

Raw Material Collection

One of the key steps in making biomass briquettes is gathering the waste material. This waste comes from farms and forests and is collected at the briquette plant to be used as raw material.


The next step is crushing, where the raw material is broken down into smaller pieces suitable for the briquetting machines. Depending on the size of the raw material, different machines like chipper grinders, shredders, and hammer mills are used for this purpose.


The next step is drying the raw material to reduce its moisture content to 8-12%, which is needed for briquetting. Flash dryers or rotary dryers are used to remove the extra moisture, depending on the material’s moisture level and size.


The last step in making briquettes at a briquette plant is to shape them into the right cylindrical form. This is done using dies, split pipes, and cooling lines for the briquettes.

Briquette Making Machine Technical Specifications

Jay Khodiyar is a briquette making machine manufacturer, exporter, and supplier. They provide a unique range of biomass briquetting plants and briquetted white coal, using high-quality raw materials and advanced technology.


Finish Good Shape


Finish Good Diameter


Briquettes Length

50 mm – 450 mm

Raw Material Moisture


Power Required

91 HP

Raw Material in feed Size

1mm x 5mm x 12mm

Production Capacity

900 to 2000 Kg/Hr 10% ± (*The production capacity depends on the density of the raw material.)

Bulk weight

50 – 250 kg/m3