Producing Consumer Wood Briquettes? Choose the Right System

When having made the decision to produce consumer briquettes or heat logs from your excess production material, it is natural to give thought to the capacity of your future briquetting system. C.F. Nielsen services many industries with different needs in regards to capacity. Therefore, we will draw on our experience and knowledge to help you choose the best suited solution for your production.

Briquette Machine Features:

  1. Our solutions for 700-100 kg/hour productions are economical with a fast pay-back
  2. Produce high density briquettes for all markets including the consumer market
  3. We offer back-up service for remote locations

Choose the right briquetting press

If you are considering briquetting your waste material, firstly you need to determine which capacity machinery you need. We deliver presses of varying capacities, developed to sustain a certain amount. With 1000 and 4000 tons production of waste raw material per year, we recommend that you choose a briquetting line that produces 700-1000 kgs per hour. This line is a low cost line with a relatively high capacity wood briquette machine and it will give you a quick pay-back. The press of this line produces a consumer log with high density in the most widely sold and used consumer briquette sizes.

  1. The low cost of the line and the high capacity of the press combined with low prices raw material is the ideal briquetting line for productions with waste raw material ranging from 1000 to 4000 metric tons per year. The solution will give a fast pay-back especially in markets where labor and power costs are low.
  2. The press produces a consumer log with high density with a diameter of Ø75-80 mm, which is a briquette that can be sold in all markets.
  3. Both C.F. Nielsen and the customer can access the press remotely and secure a low down-time.
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The primary benefits of consumer logs are threefold

Economical solution with a fast pay-back
High density briquettes for all markets
Back-up service for remote locations
2 t/h Consumer logs from agri-raw material

Most consumer logs are made from wood-based raw materials; however, there are few exceptions – Miscanthus and wheat straw are some of them. Miscanthus is more similar to wood in structure than wheat straw and makes a good briquette.

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100.000 t/year – Consumer briquettes (logs)

The company HIT – Holzindustrie Torgau, Germany – is one of the largest manufacturers of Euro Pallets in Europe. They have a high amount of softwood wood waste and they decided in 2011 to study if it would be a good idea to produce consumer briquette

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2.5-3.0 tons/h Consumer briquettes (logs) – new design

One of our customers for over 10 years, the RICHE-Group – a family owned Belgian wood-processing company, had to rebuild their factory after a fire in 2014. Before the fire they had three different briquette presses from C.F. Nielsen; however this ti

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3.5-4.0 t/h – Custom made briquette for pizzerias

One of our customers in Northern Italy had the special request to produce the best quality hard wood briquettes to be used in the stone ovens in Italian restaurants. We were also asked to produce a briquette that would be unique to the market as well

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2.5-3.0 t/h Converting a “mountain” of sawdust to consumer briquettes

Over the last decade we have sold several briquetting plants in Russia. Raw material is plentiful in Russia at prices that are considerably lower than in Europe. This often makes it possible to export consumer logs to Germany and combine it with sale

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0.5-1.3 t/h Combining sales and production of shavings with briquettes

In the U.K. there is a large market for producing and selling bedding for horses. Most of the bedding is made from shavings from softwood. The shavings have to be clean from dust, so the dust is removed during the processing of the shavings.

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