RUF LIGNUM R8
BRIQUETTING WOOD CHIPS AND INCREASING REVENUES.
You can earn increased revenues by briquetting wood chips that are produced as a waste product of the wood processing industry and you can also reduce transport, storage and handling costs. Our RUF LIGNUM R8 has a throughput of 1,050 kg/hour, making it ideally suited to briquetting large quantities of wood chips. Due to the great flexibility of our briquette presses, various grain sizes of material and various types of wood can be pressed into high-quality briquettes – completely without the use of binding agents. Our innovative RUF hydraulics also ensure a high degree of energy efficiency with a low level of wear and tear and low maintenance requirements.
THE ADVANTAGES FOR YOU AT A GLANCE:
- Fully automatic 24h operation possible
- Long service life
- Low maintenance costs
- Compact construction
- High level of energy efficiency thanks to innovative RUF hydraulics
- More than 35 years’ experience
|Name||RUF LIGNUM Classic||RUF LIGNUM R2||RUF LIGNUM R8||RUF LIGNUM R6||RUF LIGNUM R4||RUF SZ1 +||RUF BRIKLET||RUF 100||RUF 200||RUF 300||RUF 400||RUF 500||RUF 600||RUF 800||RUF 1100+||RAP for grinding sludge||RUF 4 for grinding sludge||RUF 7.5-22 for grinding sludge||RAP||RUF 4-11||RUF 11-22||RUF 18,5-55||RUF 75-90|
|Material||wood||wood||wood||wood||wood||wood||wood||organic||organic||organic||organic||organic||organic||organic||organic||grinding slurry||grinding slurry||grinding slurry||metal||metal||metal||metal||metal|
|Max. productivity (kg/h)||410||500||1050||670||590||30-60||300||120||200||300||360||500||590||670||1020||15-40||20-80||45-400||Aluminum 30-50 Brass, bronze, copper 50–100 Magnesium 20 Steel and casting 30–80 Titanium 20-50||Aluminum 60-300 Brass, bronze, copper 100–220 Magnesium 240-50 Steel and casting 100–200 Titanium 65-130||Aluminum 130-700 Brass, bronze, copper 150-1150 Magnesium 60-155 Steel and casting 200-850 Titanium 140-550||Aluminum 30-1600 Brass, bronze, copper 450-2700 Magnesium 100-550 Steel and casting 350-2800 Titanium 300-1000||Aluminum 900–2400; Brass, bronze, copper 3.000-5.000; Magnesium 730-950; Steel and cast iron 2.300-3.000; Titanium 800–1600|
|Power (kWt)||30||22||75||37||30||4||15||7,5||11||18,5||22||22||30||37||75||4||4||7,5-22||4||4, 5.5, 11||11, 15, 22||18.5, 30, 55||75, 90|
|Compression pressure, max. (kg/cm²)||1700||1700||1700||1700||1700||Special||Special||1700||1700||1700||1700||1700||1700||1700||1700||3800||2300||2 000–3 000||1600–3800||600-3,700||1700-5000||1700–5000||2,500 - 3,900|
|Briquette size in section (mm)||150x60||150x60||240x70||150x60||150x60||Ø 70||Ø 30||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||150x60, 150x70, 150x75||240 x 70, 240 x 80||60 х 40||Ø 60||Ø 80, Ø 100, Ø 120||60x40, 60x60, 80x40||60x40, 60x60, Ø60, Ø80||150x60, 150x75, 150x120, Ø60, Ø70, Ø80, Ø100||150x75, 150x120, Ø80, Ø100, Ø120||Ø120, Ø150|
|Size (LxWxH) (mm)||2100 x 1900 x 2000||2900 x 2000 x 2100||2700 х 2400 х 2400||2900 х 2100 х 2100||2900 х 2100 х 2100||1300 х 1200 х 1400||3000 х 2300 х 2200||1800 х 1600 х 2000||1800 х 1600 х 2000||1800 х 1900 х 2100||1800 х 1900 х 2100||2000 х 2000 х 2100||2000 х 2000 х 2100||2000 х 2000 х 2100||2700 х 2400 х 2400||1300 х 1000 х 1600||1300 х 1500 х 1900||3000 х 2000 х 2000||1300 x 1000 x 1600||1300 x 1500 x 1900 līdz 1600 х 1600 х 1950||ок. 2700 х 2000 х 2200||ок. 2900 х 2400 х 2200||ок. 3800 х 3800 х 2500|
|Weight (t)||3,3||3,8||6,5||4,2||4,1||0,8||3,5||3||3,2||3,3||3,6||3,7||4,1||4,2||6,5||1||1.3||3,3 - 3,7||1||1,4 - 1,8||3,3-3,9||4,6 - 6,5||12 т.|
36 tons of briquettes per day - the power of RUF!
36 tons of briquettes per day - the power of RUF!
In July we installed two RUF Lignum R6 presses with a total capacity of around 1500 kg/h. They can produce about 36 tons of briquettes per day. The entrepreneur admits that this is a great way to solve the problem of leftover furniture production. Most of the briquettes are exported.
What are the advantages of sawdust/shavings/dust briquetting?
There are several advantages: reduction in the volume of production waste, savings on waste disposal, savings on fines from environmentalists for the removal of sawdust / wood chips / dust, the ability to sell briquettes to the domestic market / export.
What equipment, in addition to the press, should be purchased?
To prepare the briquetting zone, it is necessary to consider how to transport raw materials from the point of waste generation to the briquetting press. To do this, you will need screws, an operational batcher and possibly additional equipment: this is determined after visiting and inspecting the zone.
What is the payback period?
Many factors are taken into account here: the volume of waste in production, its humidity. It will depend on this whether a line for preparing wet raw materials is needed or whether a briquetting zone is needed from dry. Approximate terms - from 0,5 year to 5 years.
How do I find the right briquetting machine?
We have many years of experience in briquetting which means that our experts are well-qualified to provide you with professional advice in choosing the right briquette press. We work with you to identify your individual requirements on the basis of the material in question and the production conditions. This then allows us to offer you custom-made briquetting machines or even complete briquetting solutions.
Do we need to crush/shred the chips before briquetting?
In the case of long, woolly chips, it may be necessary to crush the starting material beforehand. In this case, we can offer complete solutions together with the relevant suppliers. With our free pressing test, we can establish whether your starting material can be briquetted or whether it needs to be crushed beforehand.
What is the best way to pack briquettes?
Several solutions are suitable for packaging: the standard use of plastic bags with a thermal knife seal. But with this type of packaging, the briquettes crumble during transportation. To reduce flaking, a heat-resistant film is used. In it, the briquette, due to the tight arrangement to each other, does not crumble.We offer solutions from Strojplast.
Which is better: briquettes or pellets?
It all depends on where you plan to use biofuels. If for stoves, fireplaces, baths and barbecues - definitely briquettes of the RUF type. If for industrial furnaces, then pellets, but modern technologies also allow the use of briquettes for these purposes, because. they have a lower cost, and accordingly the price.
Do you provide service and spare parts sales?
Yes, we have a technical department that provides these services.
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