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Brik

Mechanical briquetting presses, thanks to the high pressure generated in the compression chamber (about 2000-2500 kg/cm²),  produce a high-quality briquette, and they are designed and manufactured to be reliable and long-lasting. The superior ratio between hourly output per kWh ,and the low operating costs of the mechanical briquetting machines are particularly advantageous compared with other technologies available on the market.

The Di Più BRIK series mechanical briquetting presses are machines  designed to meet the requirements of customers  that need to compact large quantities of  waste or fibre and  look for a strong, efficient, high-performance machine  built to last and  designed to work around the clock without problems. These machines have been perfected over thirty years of experience and include advanced technical and dependable solutions that are unique to DI PIÙ.

Product range

The BRIK series mechanical briquetting press develops a compression force of approximately 2000 kg/cm² bar to obtain  a high quality briquette  of a high  density and a remarkably reduced volume, without  the addition of  binders.   The wood fibre to be briquetted must be in small particles and must have a moisture content between 8 and 13%, depending on the wood specie.  The hourly production capacity refers to a wood fibre that in its original loose state, has a  density of approximately 160 - 200 kg/m³.

The BRIK series mechanical briquetting press develops a compression force of approximately 2000 kg/cm² bar to obtain a high quality briquette of a high density and a remarkably reduced volume, without the addition of binders.    The BRIK Series mechanical briquetting  press is designed to process several kinds of agricultural waste, such as straw, hay, miscanthus, tobacco, cotton, peat, olive pits and residue,  corn stover, sugar cane bagasse, rice chaff, peanut and nut  shells and  many other  agricultural fibres that are the waste result of farming the main crop. The material to be briquetted must be cellulosic and dry with a moisture content between 10 and 20%.  The hourly production capacity refers to a material that in its original loose state, has a  density of approximately 80 - 120 kg/m³. 

The BRIK series mechanical briquetting press develops a compression force of approximately 2000 kg/cm² bar to obtain a high quality briquette of a high density and a remarkably reduced volume, without the addition of binders.    The BRIK Series mechanical briquetting machine is designed to process waste material used  in thermal insulation products such as polyurethane (PUR), polyisocyanurate (PIR), phenolic resins, wood composits and many  more. The hourly production capacity refers to a material that in its original loose state, has a  density of approximately 35 - 50 Kg/m³. 

The BRIK series mechanical briquetting press develops a compression force of approximately 2000-2500 bar to obtain a high quality briquette of a high density and a remarkably reduced volume, without the addition of binders.   The BRIK Series mechanical briquetting press  is designed to process various kinds of rejects such as paper, cardboard, fabrics, MDF, solid urban waste (CDR-MSW-RDF), treated hospital waste and many  more. The material to be briquetted must be cellulosic and dry,  with a moisture content between 10 and 20%.  The hourly production refers to the material in its original  loose state,  with a   equal to approximately 160 - 200 Kg/ m³.