The sawing and briquette quality depend, among other things, on:
• The density of the raw material
• The mixture ratio and uniformity of the raw material
• The optimal length of the cooling line, which should normally be 30 m. The purpose of the cooling line is to allow the briquette string to cool down and harden before entering the saw.
Important options for the saw: Length and breakage control, electronic adjustments of briquette length and check-weighing system ensuring exact weight of each briquette/package.
Download our brochure BS350 Briquetting Saw to read more
C.F. Nielsen now offers the BS250 Small Saw, suitable for the Mechanical Briquetting Presses BP3200, BP4000 and BP5000 and Extrusion Briquetting Press BPE Shimada..
The BS250 is a small, simple and very economical saw for production of consumer logs in combination with our briquetting presses models BP3200, BP4000 and BP5000 and Extrusion Briquetting Press BPE Shimada. Especially, a combination of the BP5000 and the small saw makes a very economical solution for a fairly high-capacity Consumer Solution for briquettes with a diameter of 75 mm.
The saw is designed to cut the 60 and 75 and 65x65 mm briquettes in 200 – 300 mm lengths, which is ideal as a winter fuel for open fires or woodburning stoves etc.
Download our brochure BS250 Small Saw to know more.
The budget saw is a smaller and more economical saw for industrial production of consumer logs in combination with our briquetting presses. The saw will cut with a uniform length (+/- 5 mm).
The Budget Saw is an ideal solution for medium sized briquetting plants producing consumer type briquettes.
The saw will cut briquettes in uniform length (+/- 5 mm) in order to pack them into a typical foil wrapped package of 10 kg i.e
The saw is an alternative to the BS 350 Briquetting Saw, with some limitations. However, for customers that only have one press and wants a more economical solution, the Budget Saw is a good alternative.
The functionality of the Budget Saw is similar to the BS 350 Briquetting Saw, but functions such as integration with the briquetting press and data transfer are limited. The saw is not as sturdy, tolerance on length is not as good and when producing briquettes with a hole the briquette cannot be cleaned. Broken briquettes cannot be sorted either and there is no possibility of electronic length adjustment and weighing of briquettes.
Download our brochure Automatic Budget Saw to know more.
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