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    jmangena - RSA Guest

    High-Pressure Briquetting Machine

    Ladies and Gentlemen

    We are in need of a 1ton/hr high pressure briquetting machine to be used for pilot scale binderless coal briquetting. We have in our budget R600 000 (~Euro 60 000/ US$ 60 000) and are prepared to rent or buy a new or refurbished machine.

    I will be very happy if I can get some assistance.

    Regards
    Jonas Mangena
    Last edited by Author; 17th March 2015 at 11:00.

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    we may help!
    can you tell us what kind of caol, moisture, size of particles,..., and the size of the briquets you want to produce, whetehr 1t/h is a gross or net output?
    bruno devos
    b.devos@cgac.es
    Bruno Devos
    Bruno Devos Consultores
    Apartado de Correos 25
    ES-45080 Toledo

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    binderless briquetting

    Dear Sirs,

    We have a coal mine. We wish to briquett powder of coal, 20 ton / hour without any binder. Is it possible? If it's possible we need catalogues and offer for this plant.

    Please send us offer as soon as possible,

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    Briquetting Systems

    The best briquette presses are made by a Di Piu at www.di-piu.com. They are sold in North America by www.sunomi-llc.com. I hope that helps!

    ADziwoki

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    binderless briquetting

    Quote Originally Posted by jmangena - RSA View Post
    Ladies and Gentlemen

    We are in need of a 1ton/hr high pressure briquetting machine to be used for pilot scale binderless coal briquetting. We have in our budget R600 000 (~Euro 60 000/ US$ 60 000) and are prepared to rent or buy a new or refurbished machine.

    I will be very happy if I can get some assistance.

    Regards
    Jonas Mangena
    1ton/hr is not the problem. it is the binderless solution. Generally, in china, we mix binder and coal together to produce coal briquettes. See here coal briquetting plant
    binderless briquetting exists, too. the typical material that allows no binder is quicklime. because it would react with H2O. binderless briquetting need much higher pressure and the capacity would be lower compared with the binder briquetting.





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    coal briquette machine

    Dear Sir ,
    We have experience of compact coal without binder , please refer to the picture Click image for larger version. 

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    Chen chang long
    Sales Manager & Engineer
    Changzhou Huaxia Drying & Granulation Equipment Co., Ltd.
    Tel:0086-519-8890 2680
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    Add:Sheng'an Industry Zone ,Zhenglu Town ,Wujin District ,Changzhou City ,Jiangsu Province ,China.
    Email:export@huaxiadrying.com
    Website:www.huaxiadrying.com

  7. Binderless-high pressure briquette machine

    High pressure briquette machine,
    T.C.Inc. has been involved in briquetting technology development since 1969 with the first DRI roll briquetting machine installation and from there to HBI, iron waste recovery, Shipping of reduced materials, development of feed for reduction processes, covered by patents in the U.S. If interested we have the experience and not the BS. Please contact us at: tcinc002@aol.com and be prepared to implement ND, NC and process license agreements.
    Thomas J Coyne jr-President

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    briquetting press manufacturer from China

    Quote Originally Posted by jmangena - RSA View Post
    Ladies and Gentlemen

    We are in need of a 1ton/hr high pressure briquetting machine to be used for pilot scale binderless coal briquetting. We have in our budget R600 000 (~Euro 60 000/ US$ 60 000) and are prepared to rent or buy a new or refurbished machine.

    I will be very happy if I can get some assistance.

    Regards
    Jonas Mangena
    Hello Jonas,
    you are in need of briquetting machine for coal fines. In Europe, there are many famous manufacturers like Komarek, RUF, etc. China is famous for its manufacturing ablity. We supply high quality products and competitive price. HJ Machinery is famous in briquetting area. Welcome to contact them for more professional advice for binder, process flow, capacity, pressure, etc.
    Contact:Mr. Charlie Hill
    Email: charlie.hill@briquetter.cn
    Mob: +86 18530036598
    Web: http://www.briquetter.cn/
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    briquetting system

    [QUOTE=rexxar;85495]1ton/hr is not the problem. it is the binderless solution. Generally, in china, we mix binder and coal together to produce coal briquettes. See here coal briquetting plant
    binderless briquetting exists, too. the typical material that allows no binder is quicklime. because it would react with H2O. binderless briquetting need much higher pressure and the capacity would be lower compared with the binder briquetting.


    Hi Mr. Jonas. There are many famous briquetting press manufacturers in Europe, like Komarek, Di-piu, Ruf, etc. In China, there are many suppliers, too. HJ Machinery could give you professional advice on binder, capacity, pressure, process flow, etc. Also, the price is very competitive. They have served many international clients. and the equipment is working well.
    Contact: Charlie Hill
    Email: charlie.hill@briquetter.cn
    Mob: +86 18530036598
    Web: http://www.briquetter.cn/

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