There are many advantages to using MDF dust as a raw material for briquetting. A briquetting line will make it easier for manufacturers to dispose of their dust material safely and cheaply compared to the traditional ways of dust disposal. These advantages are similar, whether your production is large- or small scale. Some advantages of the MDF solution from C.F. Nielsen are:
Other types of dust such as sanding dust, filter dust and small fines create similar problems to those of MDF dust because of the fine raw material. These types of dust can also be compressed into fuel briquettes at a smaller scale from under 800kg/h - with a level of dust and other waste from 500 tons per year we offer briquettings solutions for your production.
What characterizes many of the wood-based dusts is their low moisture levels, which often ranges from 2% - 7%, which requires addition of water. If water is not added to the raw material, the danger of sudden MDF explosions is significantly higher. Our briquetting systems for producing under 800 kg/h combined with mixers offers both standard and customized solutions for customers who want to avoid dust problems. We can help our customers to turn their dangerous waste into a densified product that can easily be stored, transported and used for fuel. The bulk density is increased to 500-600 kg/m3 through the briquetting process, turning the dust into valuable fuel. This minimizes storage and makes transport and feeding into a boiler much easier and far more economical.
At C.F. Nielsen, we are experts in briquetting, and we pride ourselves in gaining knowledge about many types of raw materials for briquetting. Also, we strive to produce solutions that can handle many different types of raw materials with profitable results for our clients, including clients with smaller to medium sized productions.
We offer several presses that are applicable for a production of MDF briquettes.
Hume Doors and Timber is a 100% Australia-based and family-owned business. Since 1953 it has been servicing the Australian market with high quality doors and frames. With factories spread across Australia, Malaysia and New Zealand, Hume Doors is one
By-product, and how to deal with it, was one of the first considerations for Southern Pine Products when it started manufacturing MDF (medium density fibreboard) products. Initially Southern Pine was disposing of the dust in sealed plastic sacks in t