the machine-made charcoal machine can use a wide range of materials, such as various waste wood, scraps, branches, branches, peanut shells, sawn wood, corn stalks, bagasse, branches, rice husks, bamboo shavings, sorghum rods, sunflower seed hulls, Distillers grains, corn cob, sorghum stalks, coconut husks, coffee grounds, cotton stalks, residues from traditional Chinese medicine factories, sugar mills, tobacco factories; disposable lunch boxes, foam, plastic bags, waste paper; various animal manure, etc.
Machine-made charcoal machine characteristics and advantages: 24-hour continuous production, produced machine-made charcoal with high carbon content, long burning time, smokeless, odorless, pollution-free, no residue, burning time Times, the carbon content is as high as 89% or more, and it can be carbonized in only 4 hours. The product has a high qualified rate, low consumption, and small footprint.
How does a machine-made charcoal machine charity high-quality charcoal?
The key to carbonization technology: carbonization is a very important link in machine-made charcoal production. The carbonization process is at the core of machine-made charcoal manufacturing technology. It's like building a building. Good raw materials are the foundation of the building and the part below the ground. The carbonization technology in the carbonization process is the above-ground part of the building. Carbonization is divided into three stages: low-temperature exhaust, high-temperature calcination, and cooling. When the salary stick enters the carbonization furnace, it carries about 8% of water, which is the enemy of carbonization. Because machine-made salary sticks are most afraid of getting wet, water in the salary stick will seriously affect the carbonization quality.
Because some tide time is essential. The ebb tide time is essential. Tide exhaust time is generally 10-15 hours for earth kiln and 2-3.5 hours for the machine-made kiln. Long heating time can prevent moisture sticks from cracking and ensure carbonization quality. When the furnace temperature rises to 300 degrees, a large amount of combustible gas can be generated in the furnace. For every kilogram of raw material, three cubic meters of methane gas can be produced. These gases can be used to heat the furnace. The exhaust heat source available for drying above 400 degrees is required to be sealed during the heat preservation and calcination stage. The oxygen-free closed fire can be achieved by self-ignition cooling or water cooling.