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Synonyms for briquette

a block made from charcoal or coal dust and burned as fuel


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With our wide range of shredding and briquetting equipment, WEIMA has a solution that will fit the needs of any operation and turn waste into profit.
This test was performed employing the universal test machine EMIC DL30000N, 120 h after briquetting. The force was applied perpendicularly to the compaction pressure.
According to the Anti-Drug Council of Pasig (ADCOP) officer-in-charge Zenaida Concepcion, some of the staff in the charcoal briquetting center came from the Simula ng Pagbabago (SIPAG) program.
"Evac's briquetting technology enables a cruise ship to potentially operate without incineration or landing the waste for a full two-week voyage."
Due to the lack of any local, technical and/or practical knowhow about coal gasification and liquefaction, the proposed method of coal briquetting technology is aimed at effectively utilizing the indigenous coal reserves and to develop and implement it for the local market.
"Briquetting systems can be good for the environment and for business, with an excellent ROI, efficiency and as an added source of revenue."
Briquetting is a process of transforming loose material into the solid material, called briquette.
However, briquetting process has focused more on the production of smokeless solid fuels from coal and agricultural waste.
International Resource News-10 March 2010-Carbon Friendly to open briquetting plant(C)2010 ENPublishing -
Smyth to join its Board.On October 19, 2009 Velvogen received confirmation of:-(i) the supply to Velvogen of 750,000 tonnes of anthracite/coking coal fines for a minimum period of seven years at contract price;(ii) the procurement of an off take agreement for the anticipated annual production of 600,000 tonnes per annum of briquettes; and(iii) the arrangements for the Richards Bay loading facilities to export briquettes.The progress of the pilot plant for the briquetting process has been sufficiently encouraging for CityView to proceed to the next stage of the transaction.
It handles up to 100 pounds per hour, and the system can be equipped with a bag collection system or a specially developed, small briquetting system for optimal shred handling.
Strautmann Umwelttechnik GmbH in Melle, Germany, another builder of briquetting machines, exhibited its low-heat briquetting process for PET bottles, foamed PS, and PE film.
In evaluating torching, shearing, baling, shredding, briquetting and crushing, he reported that a balance must be struck between high tonnage production and effective segregation.