Briquette presses from WEIMA convert valuable waste into compact briquettes that can be burned to subsidize your operation‘s energy costs or sold for profit.
The economical impact for the furniture industry is outstanding, especially for sawmills, cabinetmakers, and carpenter shops: A volume reduction of up to 90% is possible with wood waste briquetting. This varies a bit depending on the hardness of the wood waste, and whether it’s chipboard/plywood, multiplex, OSB, or MDF. It also is important what form the wood waste is in—shavings, chips, sawdust, or dust.
At first glance, Michigan Career and Technical Institute may seem like a traditional center for higher education. But what’s inside its walls is one of the most technically advanced woodworking institutes in the country.
CNC World, a British vendor of CNC machines, has recently started to process its wood waste mechanically in order to heat the workshop in a resource-saving manner.
Sustainability is a top priority at Ecodek. In order to achieve the company goal of carbon negative production, the British company relies on briquetting production waste with a WEIMA C 140 briquetting press.
Bergmüller Holzbau GmbH in Bayerbach is specialized in house construction, single and multi-family houses and modernisation, residential complexes and residential extensions in the region.
Chippings and dust accumulating during transport that represent an enormous volume will be extracted during this process and pressed into…
The company itself is nestled in the outskirts of Lynchburg and has only seven employees. Once they get the call…