EXAMPLES OF CLORIFIC VALUE


Cal/Kg and ash percentage of major agro Wastes available...  
Agro Wastes
Cal./kg.
Ash Content
Groundnut Shell
4500 K.
3.80 %
Bagasse
4700 K.
1.80 %
Castor Seed Shells
3860 K.
8.00 %
Saw Dust
4400 K.
1.20 %
Cotton Stalks / Chips
4200 K.
3.01 %
Bamboo Dust
3700 K.
8.00 %
Babool Wood
4707 K.
0.90 %
Coffee Husk
4200 K.
5.30 %
Tobacco Waste
1100 K.
49.40 %
Tea Waste
4000 K.
6.70 %
Paddy Straw
3469 K.
15.50 %
Mustard Stalk
4200 K.
3.40 %
Mustard Shell
4300 K.
3.70 %
Wheat Straw
4000 K.
8.00 %
Sunflower Stalk
4300 K.
4.30 %
Jute Waste
4800 K.
3.00 %
Palm Husk
3900 K.
4.90 %
Soya bean Husk
4170 K.
4.10 %
Sugarcane Waste
3700 K.
10.00 %
Barks Wood
3900 K.
4.40 %
Forestry Waste
3000 K.
7.00 %
Coir Pitch
4146 K.
13.60 %
Rice Husks
3200 K.
22.20 %
Wood Chips
4300 K.
1.20 %
Others so many
3700 K. Apx.
This project is act as “Best from waste” It gives us the Bio-coal from the wastages like Agro, Forestry &       Industrial.
The Wastages from these sources are raw material of this project and the finished product is called       Briquettes.
The feeding of raw material in this project is providing us the best from waste.
This project is working with 40 to 90 HP powers in different types of models, it requires minimum 1000       Sq.meter space to work & store the materials.
There is not any specific need to special land or shed but suitable space and shed can give the best       result    in production and storage.
This project is essential for converting low-density biomass into high-density biomass fuel that is called       Briquettes/Bio-coal or white-coal.
Briquettes are made from agricultural or forestry waste, which can effectively, used as substitute of       solid    fuels [Coal or Wood] and can easily use various kinds of thermal applications.
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