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BBQ Charcoal Briquettes Plant

BBQ charcoal briquettes plant includes a complete charcoal-making process from raw materials carbonizing to charcoal briquettes production. BBQ charcoal is a hot sell on the market. It has the features of smokeless, less ash, longer burning time, and better commodity attributes. BBQ charcoal briquettes production process The process is Materials→carbonizing→crushing→mixing→briquetting. A complete BBQ charcoal briquettes production line includes the Carbonization stove, charcoal grinder, charcoal powder mixer, charcoal briquettes machine, dryer, packing machine and etc. Materials suitable for this production process From the above charcoal briquette production flowchart, you can find that the first is carbonizing. Therefore, only raw materials suitable for direct carbonization are suitable for this production process. Common materials that can be directly carbonized are wood, branches, bamboo, [...]


Biomass Charcoal Briquettes Plant

Biomass materials for making charcoal Biomass materials include forest wastes, agricultural wastes, etc. Materials like coconut shells, waste wood, branches, bamboo, etc can be carbonized into charcoal directly. Some materials like sawdust from sawmills, furniture factories, bamboo sawdust from toothpick factories, etc, are not suitable for carbonization directly. How to make charcoal from sawdust? We need to adopt the charcoal production process of biomass charcoal briquettes plant. Biomass charcoal briquettes plant consist of crusher, dryer, biomass briquette machine, carbonization machine, etc. The process of biomass charcoal making is sawdust→briquettes→charcoal. Materials like wood sawdust, bamboo wastes, rice husk, etc are suitable for this method. These materials are small in size, soft, and burn to ash easily. Making briquettes [...]


Differences between wood charcoal and activated carbon

During the communication with customers, we find that many customers make a mistake that the carbonization furnace can also produce activated charcoal. Though the two products names all include “charcoal”, actually there are many differences between them. Below are the differences between wood charcoal and activated carbon I collected, hope they can give some help to the friends who are interested in it. Different processing techniques In terms of composition, the raw materials of both are wood, coconut shell, and other wooden raw materials, but as sand is much more complicated than glass, the production process of activated carbon is much more complicated than charcoal. Wood charcoal only passes through the carbonization stage, but the activated carbon [...]


Charcoal Conversion Rate

Charcoal conversion rate is an important parameter for the customers who want to invest in charcoal production. It determines the cost of making charcoal. Because raw materials is the most costly part. The cost of the raw materials accounts for 50%-60% of the cost of producing charcoal. How many tons of biomass materials to get one ton of charcoal To make this question clear, we use the common case "sawdust to charcoal" to analyze the carbonizing ratio. About the steps of producing charcoal from sawdust, you can reference the below page. After reading the above page, We know that weight loss happens in three stages: drying, briquetting, and carbonizing. To get 1 ton [...]

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