The process of making briquettes from residual materials is simple.
- The material used to make briquettes is transported into the pre-charging chamber by a conveying screw.
- The pre-charger presses the material to a controlled density (to ensure consistent briquette size).
- The main pressing ram transfers the material into the mold and forms the briquette into its final shape and density.
- The reciprocating mold moves sideways and the briquette is ejected by parallel ejectors as a second briquette is formed.
Note: This principle applies to the mold type press which presses and ejects briquettes in parallel, boosting hourly production capacity. Our slide presses only press and squeeze one briquette at a time.