Groundnut briquettes are a type of biomass briquette made from groundnut shells. Groundnut is a popular crop grown worldwide, and the shells left over after harvesting the nuts can be used to produce fuel.
Groundnut briquette process
Potentiality and Market
High Calorific Value
Less Ash Residue
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