Briquettes Raw Material

Raw material for briquetting is organic and agricultural waste that compressed under high pressure to manufacture renewable source of energy.

What is biomass calorific value?

The amount of heat released by a unit weight or unit volume of the biomass during complete combustion is called the calorific value of the respective biomass material.

Calorific value of raw material Kcal/kg Calorific value of fuel materia Kcal/kg
Bark 3900 Sugar mill waste 3300
Baggase 4200 Sugar cane trash 3500
Bamboo dust 3700 Wheat straw 3700
Cotton stalk 3800 Arhar stalik 4000
Coir pitch 4000 Saw dust 4000
Maize stalks 3800 Heavy furnace oil 9900
Pine niddles 4000 Kerosene 8900
Rise husks 3500 Diesel 9400
Rise straw 3500 lpg 9400
Sar khanda grass 3700 Coal grade b 5000
Coffee husk 4200 Coal grade c 4000
Ground nut shell 4000 Fire wood 3300
Castor seed shell 4000 Char coal 6000
Jute waste 4500 White coal briquette 4000
Mustard husk 4500    


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Ash content:

Here is the table of biomass raw material which contains the information of ash content of each biomass raw material for your reference.

Ash content of different biomass types in %
Corn cob 1.2
Jute sticks 1.2
Saw dust 1.3
Pine needle 1.5
Soya bean stalk 1.5
Bagasse 1.8
Coffee spent 1.8
Coconut shell 1.9
Sunflower stalk 1.9
Jowar straw 3.1
Olive pits 3.2
Arhar stalk 3.4
Lantana camara 3.5
Subabul leaves 3.6
Tea waste 3.8
Tamarind husk 4.2
Coffee husk 4.3
Cotton shells 4.6
Tannin waste 4.8
Almond shell 4.8
Areca nut shell 5.1
Castor sticks 5.4
Groundnut shell 6.0
Coir pitch 6.0
Bagasse pith 8.0
Bean straw 10.2
Paddy straw 15.5
Tobacco dust 19.1
Jute dust 19.9
Rice husk 24.4
Deoiled bran 28.2
Barely straw 10.3
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