Gross Briquetting Machines C50 - C70 

Mode of Operation
Material is fed into the hopper (holds about 1 m³) manually or with a filtering installation. The agitator continuously fills the channel of the spiral output.

 

The conveyor then transports the material to the pre-compressor. A hydraulic fill pusher then pushes the material into the actual press chamber.

 

The pressing tongs that are also hydraulically controlled, compress the material in connection with a specially hardened press cylinder and provide excellent briquette quality.
Compression is performed without binding agents.

Nonwearing electronic sensors

Adjustable pressure

Easy transport

PLC-Control

Applications

  • Volume reduction

  • Recycling

  • Document disposal

  • Compacting filter dust

  • Recyclable waste

  • etc.

 

Material suited for briquetting:

  • Shavings from wood processing

  • Filter dust

  • Wood chips

  • Hay

  • Paper

  • Polyurethane foam

  • Styrofoam

  • etc.
     

Advantages of volume reduction:

  • Reduced storage and transport costs

  • With briquettes, there is almost no risk of self-ignition or dust explosion

  • Reduction of energy costs through use as fuel

 

With the continuous production of waste material it makes sense and becomes necessary to provide for their appropriate and efficient disposal.

Filling cylinder with damped end bearing and dust-tight filling shaft

Transport pipe connection

Agitator, conveyor worm supercharger and level sensor inside

The Machine Man

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Dublin 24, Ireland.

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