C.F.Nielsen BP 6510
The mechanical briquetting press BP6510 has an advanced design and is the top line in briquetting. The double feeding system guarantees high capacity, regardless of the density of the raw material.
The press is equipped with an advanced control system that allows internet access. It is possible to monitor, operate or search for failures and even to reprogram the PLC-function via an internet connection. All operation texts and failure notices can be shown in up to 16 languages. The log function is an important tool for analyzing and improving the briquetting process.
The BP 6510 is a very strong press with heavy bronze bearings and a sturdy housing made of high tensile steel and fixed on heavy steel reinforced concrete foundation which secures a quiet and safe operation with extremely low vibration level.
A unique piston and die system with exchangeable piston crown and wear rings is available for different types of briquettes from various raw materials.
The press is mainly suitable for high capacity production of consumer briquettes with 10-12% moisture and a capacity of up to 1800 kg/h. Briquettes can be round with a diameter of 90, 100 mm or square 75×75 mm.
MAIN FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Modern design with streamlined fiberglass covers
- Reduced noise level
- Bigger motors until 75 kW
- Touch screen operation via control panel or your iPad
- Latest PLC software for control system and itnernet log in
- Service-friendly and easy to clean
- Easy to service and low maintenance costs
- Die system with exchangable wear parts to reduce costs
- Improved safety system
- Improved lubrication system
- Improved oil/water cooling
- Heavy built and suitable for running 3-shift operation
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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