Friday, 19 December 2014

Get Safe, Clean And Renewable Source Of Energy With Biomass Briquettes

Uncontrollable increase in pollution has compelled people all across the globe to look for alternate and renewable energy sources. There are number of renewable energy sources available like bio energy, wind energy, solar energy and sea energy, but the source that has gained the most popularity is biomass briquetting. The common feature of all these sources is their contribution in pollution prevention. Bio energy gets the highest marks due to its capability to control pollution in multiple ways. Starting from the manufacturing, till final use and dumping, it is completely safe for the environment and the users. These are basically used as the fuel source in industry boilers.

Though increase in number of industries has helped in economical growth, these have caused hazardous threats for the environment. From emitting harmful gases to improper dumping of waste, these just create problems for the surroundings and society. Biomass briquetting plant suppliers help the industrialists use the waste effectively and protect the society they work in. In an agriculture based country like India, there is huge availability of agriculture waste like unused crop, weeds and other materials. All these materials are processed in briquetting machines under extreme pressure to create eco-friendly briquettes.

Be it rural area, industrial area or urban area of any developing country, briquettes are equally important and helpful. This proves to be more helpful in rural areas where electricity or LPG gas is not available and people are forced to use coal and other harmful fuel sources, which emit hazardous gases. These are cost effective also. Many people are still dependent on wood for energy source, but this is gradually harming our environment. We are already facing multiple problems due to tree cutting, in this situation briquettes prove to a boon. Dung cakes, which is a common energy source in villages and black coal emit harmful gases and create air pollution, which is perfectly controlled by briquetting press machines.

Fuel works as the most important material for many industries like brick making, metal etc. Increasing price of petrol, coal and diesel has created alarming situation and has compelled the buyers to look for alternative sources. Briquettes are working as this alternate source. There are different machines like Super 65 Machine, which the industries can also install at their plants to produce briquettes and get a cheaper energy source.

Jay Khodiyar is a reputed manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of briquetting press machines. Based in Rajkot, Gujarat, the company uses advanced technology to offer excellent quality machines to valued customers. It also educates the customers with informative blogs and suggestions.

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Why Biomass Briquetting Press Is Required To Make Bio Fuel

Before moving on to the necessity of biomass briquetting press, I would like to clear what it exactly is. Briquetting is a technique to recycle agriculture waste and produce bio fuel. In this process the wood waste and other waste is compressed under high temperature in the briquetting machine and logs are made.

Why this has become a necessity?

The major contributing factor that has made this technique so popular is its eco-friendly quality. Briquettes press machines don't use any kind of chemical to bond the briquettes as it is done by the thermo-plastic flow of the biomass. When compared with other fossil fuels, these prove to be more energy efficient and economical.

The final product you get from the briquetting process is an environ-friendly bio fuel. This clean and green fuel is considered to be the best energy source in furnaces, boilers and open fires. If you compare the density of briquettes with black coal, you will find it much higher, which helps the briquettes to burn for longer than other fuels.

Based on the type of waste and industries to be used in, these machines are available in different sizes and models. Supreme 75 model is one of the most demanded categories of this machine. This model is best in the industrial market as you don't need continuous supervision and can easily handle the machine solely.

Looking at the huge potential of this market, many companies that used to deal in fossil fuels have now shifted to biomass briquetting. This not just helps them save money on traditional fuels, but also helps them save environment. By using this fuel source you can have a control on the emission of carbon in the atmosphere and can get pure air to breathe. This quality of the briquettes makes them safe option for indoor heating and cooking also.

Manufacturers of briquetting press machines are coming up with advanced machines with unmatched features. These efficient machines work with maximum accuracy and offer excellent fuel source converted from industrial, agriculture and forestry waste. These can be easily used in different industries including textile, rubber, food processing, spinning mills and brick yards.

In a situation where major concern of everyone is to protect the environment from further deterioration, briquetting comes as a miracle. This is a perfect technique to create healthy and pollution free ambiance and give our coming generation a healthy place to live life. This is a nice product you must use for energy production and save our natural resources.

Contact Jay Khodiyar today to get a biomass briquetting press machine. It is a cost-effective, eco-friendly and easy way to ensure green future.

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Jatropha: Possibilities And Obstacles

Many experts sense that Jatropha as the possibility to India energy problem. Jatropha has the capability to free India from prevailing fuel crises. India is constantly looking for alternative sources of energy like the briquetting plants and others for its energy needs. Many feel that Jatropha has all the ingredients to be bio fuel for the fuel starved country. This plant has the huge capacity to make India as energy independence in the future.  There will be a sharp rise in the demand of the fuel in the coming future. The rate at which the burning of fuel is taking place is alarming. Rise in the number of automobiles and two wheelers in the last once decade also contributed a lot in the consumption.

Now let’s see how the Jatropha plant has advantage over other feedstock.

• The Jatropha is most suited for Indian tropical climate. The plant requires less water in comparison to other plants. It can easily be grown on wetlands. This is the great advantage as it does not require land which is reserve for the production of grains.

• The plant seeds yields more oil than any other plants like sugarcane, wheat et

• Jatropha plantation solves the problem of food security. Jatropha is non edible compare to material like sugarcane and wheat. Diversion of food grains to produce bio fuels can have adverse effects on the food security.

We have seen the benefits of the jatropha plants and how crucial role it plays to produce bio fuels

The plant has huge potential to meet the fuel requirements. It has all the positive attributes. But the decision makers lack the important information about the jatropha. Jatropha is a wild plant and experts should have all the important questions before cultivating it for bio fuel requirements. How much water is needed for its irrigation and does the plant require more water during its growth. There is a question regarding its yield as the plant has never been grown domestically. So there is a proper need to study the cultivation of plant for its proper utilization and to increase its growing potential.

Many experts are uncertain to invest in the Jatropha plant due to their lack of information. They are in doubt for commercial use of the plant for the bio fuel production. So, it becomes important to domesticate cultivation of plant before going any future. Lack of information could result in heavy economic loss due the huge amount of investment. Therefore a proper investigation is required before taking any further step.

Expert can find different types of seeds for cultivation of the plant. It requires a great amount of research before growing it as a regular crop. The Plant has got a huge potential. Beside that the plant can be used for increase water storage and to stop soil erosion.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Procedure for Biomass Pelletization

Biomass pellets are considered as an important type of biomass fuel that is manufactured mainly from agricultural biomass, wood waste, forestry residues, and commercial wastes. These biomass pellets are of great advantage as they are easy to transport and store. In addition, they make best use of wood waste and waste coming from forest and agriculture industry. It also facilitates easy and cost effective handling.

Dense cubic and cylindrical shaped both the pallets have flow ability characteristic as that of cereal grains. This high density of pallets makes them suitable for transporting over long distances. Extremely dense pellets can be created with low moisture content that enhance their capability to be burned with very high combustion efficiency.

Biomass pelletization is the standard way of producing solid and high density pellet from biomass. It is also one of the efficient methods of biomass waste management. To be used in different industries, these pellets are manufactured in several types and supplied as a fuel for electric power plants, homes and other such applications. That is why pellet making equipments are available in variety of sizes and scales.

Selection of small or bug pellet making equipments also depends upon the scale of industry. In general, pellets are of cylindrical shape and are about 6-25 mm in diameter and 3-50 mm in length. Production of pellets consists of a series of steps including collection of raw material (wood shaving, saw dust, agricultural residue, and wood wastes) and its pre-treatment, pelletization, and post treatment. The first step is the preparation of feedstock includes choosing a feedstock suitable for this process, its filtration, storage, and protection.

Filtration is done to remove impurities like metal and stone. Main attention is paid on the storage of this feedstock so to prevent it from the impurities. For this, a blending process is used. If the moisture content in biomass exceeds 50-60% then the equipment named rotary drum dryer is used. In addition, flash dryers, superheated steam dryers, belt dryers, and spouted bed dryers can also be used.

Drying increases the efficiency of biomass and makes it smokeless at the time of combustion. The process of drying takes around 70% of the total energy used in the entire process of pelletization which is used for converting waste into fuel sources. But, the feedstock should never be over dried, as low content of moisture helps in effective binding of biomass.

Before feeding biomass to the pellet mills, it should be reduce to particle size of 3mm as wrong size can affect the quality of pellets and causes high consumption of energy. In the next step of pelletization biomass is compressed against heated metal plate using a roller. This metal plate is commonly known as die and consists of holes of fixed diameter through which biomass is passed under pressure.

Due to rise in pressure, frictional force increases and leads to high temperature which causes lignin & resins present in the biomass to soften to act as a binding agent between the biomass fibers. In this way biomass particles fuse to form pellets.

Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools is manufacturing biofuel machine and briquetting machinery for biomass waste management. These machines help to convert waste into fuel so to protect the environment.

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

How to be Wise with Waste?

Air, land, and water pollution are the major issues we are facing today. Main reason behind all these environmental issues is waste material coming out from different souces. Waste is generally categorized into three types. These types are as follows:

Commercial Waste- it includes pellets and sawdust, wood, woodchips; construction, demolition and other debris; wooden pallets; other wood waste including discarded furniture, crates and boxes; cardboard; paper; discarded fruits and vegetables; and other types of plastic including bottles, pallets containers.

Agricultural Waste- It includes crop waste like sugar cane bagasse and oil palm waste; coconut, pistachio, nutmeg, almond, peanut, walnut shells, coffee bean; olive and peach pits; corn stover (stalks, cobs); nuisance plant materials such as bark beetle-infected trees; invader and thorn bush; rapidly growing renewable fuel crops including jatropha, poplars, willows and switchgrass etc.

It also includes forest residuals including tree and vine trimmings and clippings; bark and brush; and most other types of agricultural and animal waste materials including many types of manure (from poultry, cattle, dairy cows, and horses) and from municipal waste facilities.

Municipal and Utility Waste- It incorporates highway department and utility tree, tree waste and brush from municipal landfills, and tower trimming and gardening activities for use as fuel in hospitals, schools, universities, colleges, town halls and other municipal buildings.

You might have seen heaps of garbage around the streets and roads. This garbage comes from houses as well as different industries. In industries, activities like manufacturing of different products, constructions results into considerable amount of waste which is either burnt openly or dumped into rivers and seas.

In first case, when the waste is burnt openly, it results into the emission of greenhouses gases which causes global warming and depletion of ozone layer.  In second case, when the waste is dumped into seas or rivers, it harms the environment in two ways. The one is when it kept on the land for a long time, chemicals involved in the waste gets absorbed by the land and causes ground water pollution. When it is dumped into rivers it not only pollutes sea water but also harms aquatic life.

So, there should be some ways for managing the waste material. With the advent of briquetting machinery, it has become easy to deal with all kinds of waste. Briquetting machines are the machines that take organic waste as input and provide briquettes as output which are used to produce energy and fuel. These briquettes have been proved as a great alternative to non-renewable resources which are gradually decreasing and are one of the prime reasons of increasing environmental pollution.

You might be shocked but it is true that by properly managing the garbage you can also generate electricity. In addition, other fuels may also generate with the help of waste management. Biomass generation is the best example of it. Rice husks, saw dust, paper, wood chips etc. are also major waste material. They can also be treated in a beneficial way. Waste material like paper can be easily recycled at waste recycling plant. So, treat the waste material properly to save environment and Mother Nature.

Thursday, 17 July 2014

The Development of Briquetting Press Machines in India

India has enormous energy needs and it is increasingly difficult to meet these requirements through traditional means of power generation.  Therefore India is developing domestic energy sources to satisfy the growing demands.

With growing industrialization there is a growing inability in India to generate clean and affordable energy. Presently, the centralized model of power generation, distribution and generation is becoming too expensive to maintain. This restricts the flexibility to meet the growing demands of energy. Therefore the government needs to encourage a decentralized business model in order to take abundantly available renewable sources  like wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, hydrogen energy, fuel cells and geothermal. Though India is blessed with all these natural resources yet it spends millions to but non-renewable sources of energy like coal, oil and natural gas.

The Future of Biomass Energy in India

To secure the energy future in India, it urgently needs to implement and design innovative policies which will promote increased use of renewable source of energy. Investment in this technology can create new jobs and help in economic stimulus. The transition to 100 percent renewable energy is not only affordable and but possible. India has developed number of energy business models but none has been efficient enough to adopt the renewable energy expansion plans.

A policy like briquetting of biomass can help to save fuel and reduce carbon footprint on Earth. This project is related to bio-energy and under this project biomass briquettes are produced which is also known as white coal in the industry. Basically it is the replica of coal and is more efficient than other kinds of fuel. It is produced from agro-waste and the combustion does not produce any kind of pollution.

The briquetting press machine is designed to manufacture forestry waste, industrial waste and agro waste which is processed to produce biomass briquettes. The machine is engineered and designed upon the properties of the raw material which is readily available in rural India so the best sites are near to save on transportation cost. Given the huge availability of agro waste in India there are various installations that produce this green energy.

Briquetting Press Machines

These advanced and innovative briquetting press machines are the best replacement for fossil fuels like coal and petroleum products. The unique feature is that they can convert them into briquettes without any binding or chemicals. The machine ties-up the raw material by heat or high pressure. This does not require any external heating hence this technology is known binderless technology.

With the coming up of the Super 65 Machine, the model is supported  by a powder making unit which converts the raw material into powder form before it is processed into biomass. It is best suitable to achieve minimum capital expenditure. Today the briquetting technology has become a dependable source of energy, is cheaper and does not require huge capital investment. has initiated the briquetting project in India which converts biomass into renewable source of energy and is a substitute to conventional source of fuel.

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

How to Tackle Energy Crisis in India through Briquetting?

The energy policy in India has been drafted by the growing energy deficit of the country. Therefore it is focused towards developing alternative sources of energy particularly from biomass wastes.

India is the second largest populated nation in the world and a report was submitted to the Prime Minister of the country. According to which 75 million households have no access to electricity. Added to this, the per capita consumption in rural household is only 8 units compared to 24 units in rural households. The target was to provide energy to all by 2012 which was later deferred to 2017.

Energy Use in India

It is important to meet the energy demands of the country while focusing on the reductions of the emissions. This can be achieved by planning a power generation on the fuel mix while improving the controlling emissions and efficiency through clean sources of energy and technology.

About 70% of energy generation capacity in India comes from fossil fuel and biomass energy which accounts for total 40% of India’s total energy demand. This is followed by crude oil and natural gas which are 34% together. Due to rapid economic expansion in India, it is one of the fastest growing nations and is expected to be second largest consumer of energy.

During the last few years there has been a high demand for renewable source of energy. This is possible through briquetting of biomass which is done by converting the loose biomass residues like sawdust, straw, rice husk into high density solid blocks that can be used as fuel.

Briquetting of Biomass Wastes and the Machine Used

The biomass briquettes can replace fossil fuels and other conventional sources of energy like wood, coal and lignite. They are much cleaner and greener to handle as well as reduce the carbon footprint. The high pressure briquetting machine in India can produce over 200 tonnes of briquettes per day. The best resource for high pressure briquettes are sawdust and other woody wastes because they contain high quantity of lignin. In some cases dry agricultural residues can be used if they are converted into coarse powder.

An important point to remember is that grain straw and dried grasses do not makes good briquettes but work well when they are mixed with woody wastes to produce lignin. Even bagasse, shells, pine needles and rice husks are reasonably good but the rice husks are abrasive to their silica content and can reduce the life of the machine. Presently the Jumbo 90 briquetting machine is a high advanced machine which has been fabricated with the help of an innovative technology and finest manufacturing technique. It is exceptionally low-priced and technically superior to other briquetting machines.

Today the use of biomass briquettes has been increasing as the industries realize the benefits of keeping their surrounding green. Briquettes have less calorific value than coal when they are used in firing industrial boilers. The biomass briquetting plant is the outcome of green technology and the machines used less energy as compared to other fuels without polluting the environment.

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Developing India Through Briquetting of Biomass

Nowadays there is lot of awareness about renewable source of energy because the conventional form of energy is leading towards carbon footprint on our planet which can be hazardous for us.

As kids we were often taught about saving our planet and making it a better place to live. The climate change is in news and everyone seems to be going for a greener tomorrow. Most of think that how can we live lightly on Earth and save money?  Luckily there are ways to save energy and reduce carbon footprint on the Earth. This is possible through briquetting of biomass which is not a new concept but still there are many countries that do not know much about it.

How to Make Your Environment Greener?

To protect our environment every individual must contribute his or her share. Usually the teens and children contribute to rising energy through utility costs and waste energy due to their habits like taking long showers or leaving the lights of the room open when not in use. Therefore it is vital to teach children about the importance of going green from a very young age so that they are environment friendly.

Start by being environment-friendly right from your door-step. There are various fun and easy ways to educate your kids about the importance of keeping the environment clean and green. One such way is by installing the briquetting machine India which by compressing bio-wastes like paper, bagasse, leaves etc.  They are renewable source of energy because when they give off energy than conventional source of energy they give less ash.  The method of compression and the kind of feedstock can dictate the kind of briquettes.

Today briquettes are used for number of purposes that comprises of cooking as well industrial purposes including generation of electricity. Some small business and households are also using manual and automatic briquetting machines in India for their personal use. Even commercially such kind of fuel is popular because it is cheap, available on large scale and made from waste.

Briquetting of Biomass for a Greener Environment

According to experts the implementation of small briquetting machine in households and for commercial use can reduce the amount of trash. In other it can lead to complete Solid Waste Management. This would also lead to less pile up of goods of uncollected trash and reduce landfill fires.

The farmers in India can be encouraged to use biomass briquettes instead of charcoal. Since the country produces huge amount of agro wastes it should be stored and processed to turn into briquettes with the help of Jumbo BRQ. Even sawdust is widely available which can also be turned into a renewable source of energy and making our surrounding better.

Read here about briquetting of biomass and know which companies have pioneered this process and contributing towards a better environment.

Friday, 30 May 2014

Briquetting Biomass Project: Making Our Lives Greener!

Going green is not only good for environment but for your wallet too. By making simple and inexpensive changes, you can save money at the gas station and on your electric bill too. Just imagine an entire year of living in a green environment and reducing the carbon footprint. Probably, you can inspire others to do because nowadays we talk a lot about climatic changes and devastating effects of carbon pollution on our environment.

Garbage Problem: How to Overcome the Issue?

Right from ravaging storms to food insecurity that are caused by changing weather conditions can leave their toll on our planet. Garbage dumping is another major issue in India and it is a vicious cycle in which the affluent throw garbage and it gets collected in the rural areas. To combat this issue the Delhi government is hunting for new dumping grounds and going for briquetting of biomass wastes.

The generation of waste is directly proportional to consumption and this in turn is linked to per capita income. When per capita income increases more money is spent on products which lead to waste. According to experts, it is the rich that produce biodegradable waste which is mainly plastic. It has been estimated by people living in resettlement colonies produce less than 200 gms of waste per person in comparison to people living in well-off housing societies which goes up to 800 gms.

Waste Management and Briquetting of Biomass

The waste management in the capital is not tough and can be done through de-centralization. The solution of garbage problem is not dependent on hi-tech machinery because there are cheaper, safer and less polluting which is possible through composting and recycling of waste materials. One such way is biomass briquetting project in which wastes are processed and turned into renewable source of energy that emit less carbon and leads to a greener planet.

Waste can be anything staring from wood, biomass to agro. Therefore briquetting is a process where some kind of raw material is compressed under high pressure to form briquettes of uniform sizes. In this process, the lignin content is liberated that helps to bind the product with a high density.

During the compression process there is enough temperature to make the raw material liberate adhesive kind of things that keep the particles intact. However to make this process work Turbo Dryer Machine should be used which will optimize the moisture content to about 6-16%. This is because high temperature can cause the moisture content to evaporate.  On the other hand if there is high moisture content the steam pockets will be formed leading to the expansion which will further destroy the briquettes. is one of the leading briquetting machine manufacturers in India that is striving to make our environment green and reduce the carbon footprint.

Monday, 19 May 2014

Go for Environment-friendly Fuel through Briquetting Plant

India is the fifth largest electricity generator in the world and the need for energy has been growing rapidly in last few decades. On the other end, this growth has been outstripped by the growing demand for electricity. Basically, India derives most of its energy from fossil fuel which is primarily from coal. Energy is also derived from hydro power sources and through the wastes processed at a briquetting plant.

Some seven years ago, two students had an internet chat and discussed about the electricity problems in their villages.  Then after some years these young men went ahead to establish small power plants driven by gases produced from rice husk which is an agricultural waste. They had some big plans for future. The first person studied electrical engineering and worked in a semi-conductor industry in the U.S but returned back to India for the love of his motherland.

From the very beginning these young men stresses on a centralized production of electricity. Then with small power generation, the distribution of network became simple and local. This helped to keep down the cost which was a vital part of the venture to be financially stable. These two guys stressed on the fact that they wanted environment-friendly energy which was possible by setting up a briquetting plant.

These two boys found out that wind could not produce electricity throughout the year. Then through few more years of examination it was possible to derive energy with the help of bio-fuels and solar cells. In this way, only biomass was the option left and in most villages this was left un-utilized and rice husk was waste that farmers did not use. Therefore, they planned to produce a renewable source of energy by using biomass wastes.

Biomass briquettes are alternate source of fuels in comparison to conventional sources of fossil fuels like oil, gas, wood, diesel etc. In this low energy fuel can be converted into high density fuel at a briquetting plant. It is a method in which agricultural waste is compressed at a high temperature and converted into solid briquettes of same size. The energy content ranges from 4.7 to 6.7 KJ/g depending on the kind of waste material used in the briquetting process. Other products like dust and the husk increase the energy content of the biomass briquettes.

Today, there are arrays of industries that use wood wastes to manufacture into briquettes with the help of wood powder making machine. This helps to cut done production cost and increase their efficiency. At the end of the day it is much cheaper than conventional sources of energy so if you are still using them then it’s time to switch to energy produced by biomass fuels.

Click on the company profile of briquetting machine manufacturer like to know more the process of producing green energy and the benefits related to it.

Monday, 5 May 2014

How is Rural India Benefitting from Briquetting Press Manufacturers?

Briquetting of biomass waste produces renewable sources of fuel that does not pollute the environment. It makes our surrounding cleaner and greener because the waste is recycled which makes biomass briquettes the fuel of the future.

When it comes to being the custodians of nature all want to do is your best in conserving the Mother Earth.  At school and colleges we were taught to reduce carbon print to avoid the warm air and water, use recyclable products whenever possible. But, these intensions only keep us halfway because it needs a strategic thinking to keep our environment pollution-free.

What is the Present Day Scenario?

Presently, our surrounding is suffering from major problems like pollution, greenhouse effect and other issues. Everyday there are number of industries that dispose waste in large amount and most of the time we do not know what to do with the waste? In India alone about 450 to 500 million tons of biomass is being produced that is either burnt or dumped into the sea. It is only in recent years that people starting processing these wastes through briquetting press so that they can be recycled to make renewable energy.

How Briquetting Helps?

Briquetting is a way to convert the biomass residue like rice husk, sawdust, bamboo waste, jute waste and straw.  Different kinds of raw materials are used and briquettes are also referred as ‘white coal’ because it does not pollute the environment on burning. According to experts wood briquette production is more eco-friendly and less hazardous than wood pellet production. One of the biggest barriers to briquettes is that they are less familiar than pellets. An average fire owner would have heard about fire logs but about wood briquettes which can be bought in bulk to heat at home.

Today, with the coming up of briquetting press it is possible to make use of waste and create an alternate source of fuel which is known as bio-fuel. It is gathered from biomass and convention fuel due to which the habituation on expensive fuel has lessened. Biomass briquettes are generally used in spinning mills, leather industry, rubber industry, ceramic units, brick kilns, milk and dairy plant, textile mills and bakery industry.

According to environmentalists, this fuel generated from wastes is a great source of income for poor farmers India because this nation still lives in villages. The farmers can earn a good income from cotton stalks, groundnut shells and other agricultural wastes. Some Indian villages still do not have electricity and live in darkness so energy can be produced with the help of briquetting machine manufacturers. For example, Jumbo BRQ generates high volume of fine quality raw material in powder form through its hammer mill which is further processed to make biomass briquettes. It has been designed to give maximum output, with a heavy body and standard structure.

Read here to know about briquetting machine manufacturers that are creating a biomass market in India and promoting the concept of producing fuel out of wastes in order to make a greener tomorrow.

Friday, 25 April 2014

The Scope of Briquetting Plant India in Near Future

Today pollution is on rise that it has created an adverse effect not only in our surrounding but in daily lives too. There was a time when all kinds of waste were burnt or destroyed without understanding about its environmental use. Many developed countries produce huge amounts of agro wastes that cause extensive effects on environment when dumped freely. Therefore briquetting plant India has come up to create wealth out of waste because fuel is precious and if not used properly it will perish leaving behind no options.

Briquetting plant manufacturer India is regarded as an energy saver that produces 100 % pollution free fuel. The biomass briquettes manufactured at these plants are used in various household and commercial purposes. It works on a simple technology that converts bio-waste and agro products into biomass fuel. Waste material which is often regarded as rubbish is utilized and this helps to keep the Earth green.

Even government has sanctioned several briquetting press manufacturers in India because it has understood its benefits of switching over to non-conventional means of fuel like biomass energy. It is not only environment-friendly but becomes easy on your pocket too. Under this project, companies install wood powder making machines to churn our wood briquettes. It is much better than coal or lignite because biomass fuel does not emit harmful gases like carbon dioxide.

India is an agricultural country with rich source of agro based raw material and this can be useful in replacing wood, black coal and other means of fuel that are harmful for our environment. Energy is the needed for the economic development of country and to substitute the demand for growing energy in industries nothing can be better than briquettes. It is manufactured without adding any bidder which means that cost is comparatively less than producing any other conventional fuel like petrol, diesel or kerosene. This also helps in transportation and storage without much hassle.

Briquetting plant India is not leading the nation towards development but saving foreign currency which otherwise would had to spent in fuel. This also makes agricultural waste useful thus helping the farmers of India get best value for their crops. Today even they too can dream of electricity and other facilities that are available only in cities. The wastages can be converted into high density briquetting at these plants and there is a wide scope of biomass fuel in India.

In near future India will be considered as green energy corridor which will facilitate renewable source of energy. This means that there will be less power-cuts and with a culture where companies are willing to be global leaders India is sure to prosper on green energy procurement. Read here to know more about the briquetting technology and its future in India.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Prime Benefits of Bio-mass Briquettes

It comes as no surprise that fossil sources of energy like coal and oil will be exhausted in near future. Therefore we should get into the habit of wasting less energy, changing our lifestyle and find out ways to save energy. It is important to understand the benefits of bio-mass briquettes because it is a substantial source of energy which is used for producing green electricity and other kinds of energy.

Before producing further let us understand what is biomass energy in details? It is the energy which is produced from trash which can be agricultural residues, crops, log resides, industrial woods and portion of municipal wastes which come under biomass stock. Biomass fuel is also known as bio-fuels which can be in any state of matter.

Biomass is abundantly found on Earth and it is easy to convert into a highly potential energy. It is also cheaper than conventional sources of fuel like coal, lignite, petrol or diesel. Therefore, briquettes machines can be used to process biomass briquettes which are re-saturation of waste lands. On the other hand unused agricultural lands are put into use that generates jobs in rural villages.

Briquettes are flammable cylindrical blocks that are made from compressed shredded combustion materials. No chemical is used in manufacturing these products but sometimes a biding agent like starch is needed to hold the matter and baked under high pressure. Some of the common materials from the environment like crop stalks, rice chaff, sawdust, mineral char and charcoal fines are used to process the matter.

Here are some major benefits of biomass briquettes:

• It is a dense fuel which makes it easier to handle, store and transport.

• Briquettes are uniform in size and superior in quality

• It reduces air pollution and lead towards a greener environment.

• It has low moisture content due to which they burn slowly that too in a controlled manner.

• Even utility industries are using biomass which can replace coal which is used as a solid source of fuel.

• Compared to other kinds of fuels, briquettes are cleaner as they do not contain any Sulphur.

• Even the cost of briquettes is less than conventional sources of fuel firewood and coal.

• Lastly, they are clean fuel which do not emit poisonous gases and hence known as ‘white coal’.

Fuel is an important source of energy and people around the world need it to lead their lives including major industries. It is like our basic necessity food and clean water but most of time we depend on fossil fuels to source out energy which in return has adverse effect on our planet. However energy produced from a non-conventional source has better benefits and makes our surrounding greener which is done at briquetting machine manufacturers in India. is a renowned and quality supplier of biomass briquetting machines that is used for manufacturing briquettes that have high calorific value and releases no toxic gases.

Friday, 11 April 2014

Which are Top Environmental Issues?

Human beings today are facing a number of environment problems. From different types of pollution to global warming, there are many issues which are harming the environment and ultimately human beings. Here is a list of top environmental issues human beings should concern about:

Global Warming

Global warming is one of the prime concerns for human beings. Global warming is caused by the emission of harmful greenhouses gases like methane and carbon dioxide. These gases are emitted due to improper combustion of gases during different manufacturing processes. Global warming increases the temperature of the earth which ultimately leads to the melting of the ice on the glaciers.


There are different types of pollutions including air, water, soil or land etc. All these are caused by human activities. Air pollution is caused due to mixing of harmful gases like CO2 and methane in the air, water pollution is caused when waste material is dumped into the rivers and seas. It also occurs when harmful chemicals of waste material get absorbed into the land and pollutes ground water. Soil or land pollution occurs when the heaps of garbage is left open at the street sides.

Scarcity of Fossil Fuels

Today, everyone is familiar with this fact that fossil fuels are limited. Still people are wasting them at a rapid rate. If it continues, the day is not far when we all have to live without these fossil fuels. These fossil fuels are non-renewable. It means they can’t be produce again once extinct. Thanks to the availability of alternate fuel options like biofuels, biomass fuels, and briquettes. These renewable fuels are cheaper, easier to produce, and are a best option to be used in the place of limited fossil fuels. These renewable natural fuels serve the same purpose as that of fossil fuels and are available in huge quantity.

Depletion of Ozone Layer

Depletion of ozone layer is another major environmental problem that will ultimately leave adverse effects on human beings. Ozone layer is basically a layer in the atmosphere which is responsible for protecting the earth from harmful ultra violet rays that comes from sun. These ultra violet or UV rays can cause skin cancer in humans and are also harmful for the crops. With the increase in industries and high usage of vehicles more and more carbon dioxide gas is released in the atmosphere which is directly causing to the depletion of this layer. 

Waste Material

Waste coming from residential and commercial areas is also one of the major environmental problems. This waste includes different material which is either dumped into the seas or burnt openly in the air which in turn becoming a reason for aforementioned environmental issues including emission of harmful gases and pollution. With the availability of waste recycling plants, waste material treatment can be done in an environment friendly way. But, people are not much aware of this; that is why we can see heaps of garbage around the roads and streets.

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