Briquette using sawdust machine
Sawdust briquettes are compressed blocks of sawdust that have been soaked and pressed at high pressure. These briquettes can then be used as fuel for heating or cooking. Compressed briquettes from sawdust, plant waste and waste paper are often used in undeveloped areas as a means of turning waste into cooking fuel.
- Heat output
Briquettes burn hotter than logs but not as hot as coal.
- Moisture content
They usually have a moisture content of less than 10%, which means less risk of chimney problems.
- A recycled, all-natural product.
Due to briquettes being made from a waste product, you are making use of something that could have been thrown out otherwise.
The model ZBJ-50 sells for less than R150,000 excluding vat delivered
In this page, we are concentrating on the ZBj 50 model which can press some 300kg of briquettes per hour
|MODEL||ZBJ-50 SCREW||MOULD||HEATING RING(ONE)|
|Life expectancy||1 to 2 years||1 to 2 years||1 to 2 years|
|EXW PRICE||R5 085,00||R6 102,00||R1 356,00|