For industrial heat and power, briquette presses offer a sustainable and profitable solution to waste materials. Even the most difficult materials can be made into industrial briquettes. Ultimately, this solution is both a cost-effective and sustainable solution for your company as well as the environment.
A briquette press enables the production of briquettes from more difficult raw materials such as agricultural waste and other waste products with high wear resistance. Furthermore, briquetting makes it possible to obtain moisture levels typically from 6 % up to 16%.
Our double infeed systems means that the presses can handle very light raw material. We have even developed special wear parts such as particular dies, pistons and compression screws for difficult raw materials, which are either produced from special steel, have undergone a special hardening process or have a special surface treatment, suited to the task at hand.
The capacities of briquette presses for industrial heat & power use start at 250 kg/h, making it ideal for customers with waste volumes from 500 ton per year and upwards. High capacities and automated lines ensure a high output and is ideal for customers with waste volumes of 5.000 tons per year and more. The high capacity combined with remote access to machines secures high efficiency and stable up-time.
Historically, C.F. Nielsen has sold a lot of briquetting machines for industrial use in Scandinavia, but over the years the markets have changed and since then expanded to more regions in Europe.
Perssons Träteknik AB is a traditional Swedish wood planning factory producing various wooden profiles for the Swedish market and exports. In 2007 Perssons Träteknik AB bought their first mechanical briquetting press from C.F. Nielsen. The press was
One of our customers in Sweden, Olle Dahl Såg, had 3 old W75 briquetting presses producing 75 mm industrial briquettes. The capacity of the 3 presses were approx. 700 kg/h per press. The presses were equipped with 55 kW main motors, resulting in a to
In Sweden the major part of briquettes are used for industrial briquettes for district heating plants. Over the years we have sold numerous plants in Sweden.
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One of our French customers had a company producing different types of paper products – adhesive and non-adhesive. It was expensive to dispose of the waste, so he needed to find a solution.
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One of our customers in the U.K. wanted to replace 4 old briquetting machines with new technology. The raw material is the waste from production of Insulation panels. The raw material is extremely light weighing at only 25-30 kg per m3.