The difference between biomass moulding fuel and biomass fuel

November 30,2021
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Although biomass moulding fuel is made from biomass fuel processing, the two fuels are quite different. The former is a resource that everyone is encouraged to use nowadays. It has a large market value. Biomass molding fuel includes biomass briquettes, biomass pellets, and so on. Their distinguishing characteristics are their high density and high hardness. In the combustion process, it has the characteristics of high efficiency and health.

What is biomass moulding fuel?

Biomass moulding fuel is a high-density fuel. First, the biomass fuel is crushed, dried, dedusted, and cooled. Then use a biomass briquette machine to produce biomass briquettes or pellets under high temperature and high pressure.

As usual, we can directly use biomass molding fuel to roast food, and it is in direct contact with food such as barbecue. Because this will not produce harmful substances.

Characteristics of biomass moulding fuel

1. High calorific value.

2. Can fully burn.

3. Easy to burn.

4. More environmentally friendly, producing a small amount of flue gas.

5. Long burning time.

What is biomass fuel?

Biomass fuel is mainly combustible agricultural and forestry wastes such as wood blocks, straws, peanut husks, rice husks, bamboo shavings, corn cobs, etc.

They used to be a way for many people to burn directly for cooking or as a way to clean up waste. With the development of science and technology, many rural families have built biogas digesters. It is also a good choice to use them to ferment to produce combustible gas.

Characteristics of Biomass Fuel

1. Cannot burn fully.

2. Produce a lot of polluting smoke.

3. Occupy storage space.

4. Direct use is not supported internationally.

In short, biomass moulding fuel is a healthy fuel that meets international environmental protection standards and has a greater combustion value. Therefore, it has better economic benefits.