We have attained excellence in manufacturing and exporting a broad array of Super 65 Model of Briquetting Plant. We are the striking manufacturers and suppliers of Super 65 Model using advanced techniques and high-grade raw material. This model is supported by Hammer mill to convert raw material into powder form before it is processed to producebiomass briquettes. This model is best appropriate for achieving medium production capacity with minimum capital expenses.

A briquette is a block of flammable matter used as fuel to start and maintain a fire. Common types of briquettes are charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes. Our Biomass Briquettes are widely used for any type of thermal application, like steam generation in boilers, heating purpose,  drying processes to replace existing conventional fuels like lignite, coal, fire wood,  also furnace oil.

Biomass briquettes are made from agricultural waste and are a substitute for fossil fuels such as oil or coal, and can be used to heat boilers in manufacturing plants, and also have applications in rising countries. These briquettes are a renewable source of energy and avoid adding fossil carbon to the atmosphere.

Production Capacity : 700-850 Kgs /Hr Depends on raw material
Finished product Size : 65mm Diameter
Briquette Length : 100mm To 200 mm
Finished Product Shape : Cylindrical
Raw - Material Size Powdery
Procss Cost/Mt (Approx.) : IRS.600 to 750/-
Electricity / Power
Required power connection 80 HP / 60 KW machine with powder mill
Practical used Amp. Load 72 –83 Amp (Approx)
Power consumption 50 –55 Units / Hr.
Production Capacity

Depending upon the bulk density and moisture content of the raw material used, below mentioned are some of the examples

Sugarcane Baggasse : 450 to 500  Kgs / Hr (Approx.)
Groundnut shell : 700 to 900  Kgs / Hr (Approx.)
Saw Dust : 700 to 850  Kgs / Hr (Approx.)
Rice Husk : 350 to 450  Kgs / Hr (Approx.)
Other & Mix Raw Material : 600 To 750 Kgs /Hr ( Approx.)
The outstanding features of our Briquetting Plant Models are: Advantages of Biomass Briquetting Machines: