Briquetting Presses & Machines
Waste from wood, polystyrene, foam, light allows, paper or biomass are a considerable cost factor for production plants. Economic solutions are in demand for handling these materials, and Weima briquetting presses are the answer. WEIMA manufactures briquetting machines to help you cut down on waste, recycle, and save money. Our industrial briquette presses are the perfect solution - able to be customized to your specific application. Whichever aspects are important to you – disposal, storage, logistics, or profitable waste recycling – Weima briquetting presses offer you a reliable solution which is tailor-made to your specific requirements and provides all the economic advantages of briquetting.
WEIMA briquette presses handle various materials like wood, paper and cardboard, metal, and biomass and turn the waste into small, compressed briquettes. Without the use of any glues or adhesives, the press creates a solid briquette which looks similar to a hockey puck. Machines can be designed for different briquette sizes and individual briquette shapes depending on the application. All models are noted for their robust construction as well as low maintenance technology. They can also be optimally integrated into your existing production line.
Advantages of Briquetting
Briquetting waste materials can reduce volumes by up to 90%! This process results in considerable saving of disposal, transport and storage costs. We literally have the ability to turn trash into treasure. Briquetting also allows you to save money on expensive storage and production space in addition to the production of high quality secondary raw materials and briquettes are high in heating value. Briquettes produced by our industrial briquetting machines and presses are easier to store, lower an operation’s fire risk, decrease transportation costs, and reduce the fine dust and pollutants through the compression of shavings and dusty materials into clean, compact briquettes. WEIMA’s briquetting machines offer an economic alternative to costly fire prevention measures because the process greatly reduces the danger of fires and explosions in the warehouses and on shop floors by briquetting and consolidating potentially flammable waste into compact entities. Additional advantages include the improved storage space, new revenue stream as briquettes and burning briquettes can be sold, no additives or binds and reduction in transport and storage costs.