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Briquetting and pelletizing are processes of densification on energy of biomass. Are processes to transform waste into solid fuel. The Principle of the process of briquetting is the same of the pelletizing plant, the plasticizing of the lignin.
The size of the pellets varies between 6 mm and 16 mm, while briquette has an inner diameter of 50 mm. The pelleting is an extrusion process is more demanding that the briquetting. The presses are more demanding and more ive with waste.
All residue of plant origin can be compressed by briquetting or pelletizing, and simply meet the needs of particle size, lignin and moisture content required by the process.
There are several technologies for compression of the lignocellulosic residues:
Extruder piston or mechanical press in the piston / crankshaft mechanical (shape briquettes) Extruders, hydraulic piston, or press briquetadeira hydraulic (briquettes) Extruder screw without end or press briquetadeira screw or bolt ( briquettes ) Peletizadoras ( pelletes ) or pellets.
Heating automated and eco-friendly way with the burning of pellets
The new line of boilers for heating water developed by Lippel uses biomass in the form of pellets as a source of fuel in a burner especially designed for this bi-fuel.
With the encouragement of the state government - FAPESC, we create solutions to diversify our energy supply without harming the environment and generating alternatives in water heating and heat with a demand of between 50 and 500KW.
The boiler and burner are fully automated and designed so as to burn the pellets efficiently, and without producing the harmful gases to the nature.
For the case of a bi-fuel derived waste the processing industries of wood, the pellets are considered without CO2 emission. The system microprocessor receives information a sensor Labda oxygen that controls the levels of gases, always adapting the combustion to the optimum.
Water heating using biomass (pellets) as a fuel offers significant economic advantages in the majority of cases for these types of consumers, which are relatively simple to install and low maintenance.
In this way contributing to the use of renewable energies, diversifying our chair of the energy and reducing the use of fossil fuels harmful to the environment.