2t/h Consumer logs from agricultural raw material

Most consumer logs are made from wood-based raw materials; however, there are few exceptions – Miscanthus and wheat straw are some of them. Miscanthus is more similar to wood in structure than wheat straw and makes a good briquette. Miscanthus and wheat straw does not have the same flame pattern as wood, so it can be a good idea to mix with wood residues.

Irish customer produces briquettes from wheat straw and miscanthus

One of our customers in Ireland has made consumer logs from wheat straw, miscanthus and a mix of miscanthus and wood residues. He has made his own brands – Strogs (straw logs) – for the briquettes.

We installed 2 BP5500 with silo and breakers combined with straw handling equipment for this client. The line produces approx. 2 tons per hour in 75 mm diameter briquettes.

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Briquetting Press BP 5510