JK BioEnergy

Green Energy Fuel by Briquettes Machine


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Now a day’s demand of energy is increasing very rapidly but we have the limited sources to satisfy the energy requirements.  This energy demand is expected to grow almost by half over in the next two decades. So it is causing fear that our resources will run out by future. This will lead to shocking consequences of global economy.  

On the other side, Due to the emission of carbon dioxide by burning of fossil fuels for energy requirement the global temperature is rising. So we have to use the sources of energy in the industries that does not emit the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and reduce the energy demand through improved energy efficiency and conversion.

The best way for this is to use renewable energy sources like Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Tidal Energy, and Biomass Energy, Geo Thermal Energy etc as it is renewable in nature and it does not pollute the environment. Biomass Energy is the easily available renewable energy source and it helps us to satisfy the energy requirement without any pollution.

Biomass wastes are compressed into the briquettes so that they can be used by human to replace the fossil fuel. Biomass Briquettes machine is used to convert this biomass waste into the useful solid fuel Briquettes. As the briquettes are compressed it has the high burning density. This briquettes burn just likes the charcoal but they don’t produce any harmful gases. Briquettes are used into the thermal application to generate the energy.

The biomass briquettes relieve the import and export of fossil fuel as it is made up of agriculture waste which is domestically available. So it is affordable and safe energy for everyone. As we will increase the use of briquettes we can reduce the environment pollution. It is a big step in making our lives more eco friendly and protecting our world.

Customer comments

  1. By Hans JUDEK on

    Unfortunately is there no more contents in the Download link. Another useful method for briquettes is the production of BioCoal from wet biomass with hydrothermal carbonization and then pressing it into pellets or briquettes for easier transportation. This is highly condensed energy, which makes sea transport of biomass feasible, which is very limited otherwise due to the low energy content. By the way, biomass of course DOES produce CO2 when burned, but so does rotting and composting of biomass. It is the sum of in and outgoing CO2. Unfortunately does the processing of the biomass (shredding, pelletizing, briquetting, and transport) create a carbon footprint. So biomass is very rarely fully carbon neutral.