Sawdust briquette process
The combination or ratio of ingredients used to make sawdust briquettes can vary depending on the manufacturer or the desired properties of the final product. However, in general, sawdust briquettes are typically made by compressing sawdust and other biomass materials with a binding agent which are starch, molasses, and clay.
The ratio of sawdust to binding agent can also vary, but a typical ratio is about 70% sawdust to 30% binding agent by weight. Other additives such as charcoal, wood chips, and other natural materials can also be added to the mixture to enhance the burning properties and overall quality of the briquettes.
Potentiality and Market
High Energy Density
Less Ash Residue
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