We provide a comprehensive range of Briquetting Machine which typically come in several sizes, corresponding to the different diameters and different output by weight as per the specifications provided by our clients. They are designed to significantly reduce the volume of waste materials including wood, paper, metals, and more.
Need: Metal briquetting presses are specifically designed for contracting and making maximum use of metal waste including aluminum, cast iron, copper, bronze, steel, brass, zinc, titanium, as well as other types of machining scraps.
How it Works: These machines work using a very high pressure to reduce the volume of waste ground materials into a solid briquette. The high pressure reached in the compression chamber makes the density of the resulting briquette close to the density of the original metal itself – in many instances higher than the density of the metal in bulk which makes the size much smaller than original one.
Other Uses: Other than reducing volume of scrap these solid briquette can be placed directly in smelting furnaces. The final product is a perfectly round cylinder that can be stored or transported easily and at a highly reduced cost. This results in great economic benefits for companies that sell metal waste, for smelters that recycle metal scraps, and for foundries that re-process the scraps internally.
General Technical Specifications provided by us:
|For C.I. & M.S. Chips & Powder|
|Briquette size||3″ Dia||4″ Dia|
|Lenght of the briquette||1.5″ – 2.5″ Variable||2″ – 3″ Variable|
|Production of briquettes||200 – 240 PCS / Hour||200 – 240 PCS / hour|
|Weight of the briquette||1 – 1.5 Kgs Approx||1.5 – 2.5 kgs approx|
|Force on the briquette||75 Tons||130 Tons|
|Motor||25 HP – 3 Phase – 1440 RPM||50 HP – 3 Phase – 1440 RPM|
|Oil drive||Plunger / Vane||Vane|
|Working pressure||2800 PSI||2800 PSI|
|Stroke of main rod||14″||20″|
|Operation||Auto Cycle||Auto Cycle|
|Oil tank capacity||600 Ltrs||2000 Ltrs|
|Floor area||4′ x 8′||4′ x 15′|
|Oil chiller||2 Ton Oil Chiller To||keep the oil cool|