Briquette machine produces briquettes as fuel or food in animal husbandry sector

Briquette machine produces briquettes as fuel or food in animal husbandry sector
Lippel's Briquette Machines have a production of up to 4,500 KG/H, and are capable of producing briquettes from various types of waste such as cotton and bushes.
 
The solution for the use of waste generated by agricultural companies that produce cotton, the Briquetadeira offers a very high production to efficiently use the waste of this material.
 
In addition to reducing the volume of waste by around 80%, making material transport cheaper, it produces thermally stable briquettes with a high calorific value, which can then be used by the company itself as clean solid fuel for furnaces and boilers, as can be sold and used to generate profit.
 
Briquettes are also used as food in the livestock sector to fatten animals in confinement. The briquetting process softens the fibers, facilitating and increasing absorption in the animal organism. You can even add components, turning it into a super food for animals. When arriving at the troughs, it can be wet, which increases its volume considerably, increasing hydration and satiety, generating savings in the purchase of feed.
 
Lippel invests in technology, with equipment that brings savings and practicality, in addition to helping the environment.
 

 

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Is capable of producing briquettes with diameters of up to 115 mm from various types of waste such as cotton and bushings.
Is capable of producing briquettes with diameters of up to 115 mm from various types of waste such as cotton and bushings.
The briquettes are also used as food in the livestock sector for fattening animals in confinement
The briquettes are also used as food in the livestock sector for fattening animals in confinement
Lippel's special bl 115 Briquette Machine, with production up to 4,500 KG/H
Lippel's special bl 115 Briquette Machine, with production up to 4,500 KG/H
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