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Produce Briquettes Charcoal From Sugarcane Bagasse

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Bagasse is the residue that remains after extracting sugarcane juice, which includes the bark, stems, leaves, and other parts of the sugarcane plant. In recent times, there has been an increasing focus on the reuse of bagasse due to heightened environmental awareness. One common method of utilizing bagasse is by converting it into charcoal. Bagasse charcoal is a natural material that possesses several desirable qualities such as a high calorific value, low ash content, and non-toxic properties. It can be used for various purposes, including barbecuing, heating, and air purification.

The process of making briquettes charcoal from sugarcane bagasse

The production process of bagasse charcoal involves several steps, similar to other biochars. These steps include crushing, drying, and carbonization. However, there is a difference in the water content of bagasse compared to other biomass materials. It is recommended to dry the bagasse before initiating the process to reduce the moisture content. This can save energy consumption for drying and reduce production costs.

Here are the steps involved in producing briquette charcoal from sugarcane bagasse:

  1. Collect bagasse and dry it on a spacious ground to reduce moisture.
  2. Crush the bagasse using a hammer mill until it is finely crushed to a size of less than 5mm.
  3. Dry the crushed bagasse by using a suitable bagasse dryer, reducing the moisture content to below 12%. The selection of the dryer should consider the bagasse’s humidity and desired drying output per hour.
  4. Use a bagasse briquette machine to convert the dried bagasse into logs or briquettes.
  5. Carbonize the bagasse sticks into charcoal briquettes at a high temperature, either by using a carbonization furnace or a self-built carbon cellar.

sugarcane bagasse briquettes machine、

The bagasse briquette machine and sawdust briquette machine are similar machines that serve the purpose of converting low-density sugarcane bagasse or sawdust into high-density fuel briquettes. The production of bagasse briquettes does not require the addition of any binder. These briquettes can be used directly as fuel, with a calorific value of approximately 4200 Kcal/kg. Alternatively, they can be carbonized into charcoal for various applications such as barbecue, cooking, and boilers.

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