Dealers in Agricultural machines:

    . Maize milling  machines
     . Dough mixer  machines
     . G- nuts grinding Machines
     . Pellet  Machines

        Charcoal  Machines:
     . Honeycomb  Machine
    . Stick Briquette Machine

Charring and briquetting technologies reduce many problems associated with management and utilization of biomass in domestic and industrial sectors. Briquetting of some of crop residues has become cost effective and it is considered as the replacement of firewood in Uganda.
Biomass is widely used for heat and power generation with the latest combustion and gasification technologies. Same combustion technologies can be used to burn domestic and commercial waste to obtain energy, which can present opportunities for improved waste management strategies.

The raw materials needed for making briquettes include biomass derived from agricultural residue and forest products, shrubs, pieces of fuel wood trees, saw dust, etc. and sticky clay soil as binder. When briquettes are produced using charring drum, funnel is inverted first inside the drum; dried materials are then spread over funnel and burnt. As the dried biomass materials start burning a little, dried materials are continued to add and burn. Raw materials should not be burnt completely. Chimney is attached to the top of the inverted funnel through which white smoke is ejected.

The process of semi burning of biomass is done layer by layer until the drum is filled two-third. Then the chimney is taken out and drum is covered and water-sealed to completely extinguish the fire. Once the fire is extinguished and cooled down then the coal is taken out, pounded into powder, mixed with the binding sticky clay soil with water all in appropriate ratio (3 parts of charcoal dust: 1 part of binding clay soil). Then the well-mixed charcoal dust is put in the briquette mould and compressed well with hand or machine. The briquette is then taken out and dried for 2-3 days under the sun.

While drying, briquettes should be kept on plane and hard surface and should be covered with plastic during the night to protect from rain and wind. Once the briquette is dried and made hard, it is ready for burning in the briquette stove. When produced manually, one person can make about 50 round beehive briquettes with 18 holes through which blue fire-flame comes out when burnt. Depending on the quality of briquettes, one beehive briquette burns for an hour to five and half hour. If the semi-burnt charcoal is machine pressed, it results better fire efficiency. Cost of the briquette piece ranges from 1500-2000 Uganda shillings .  A normal meal for a family of 4-8 members can be cooked with one briquette.

Charcoal and Briquetting  Making  Process
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