Sun-drying briquettes after they've been produced and molded to their shapes is an essential stage within the production process. Many producers prefer to skip over this step to cut on production cost, time and efforts.
A briquette needs a minimum of a full day of sundry before it goes into the oven. This duration can go up to 2 or 3 days depending on the shape and size of the briquette and the weather conditions in tropical Indonesia.
The benefits of this stage, however, is that when a briquette is properly sun-dried, it does not break or crack when exposed to high levels of heat due to the freed humidity from the core of the briquette. Moreover, sun-drying briquettes is environmentally friendly as would enable lessening the time a briquette requires in the oven, which is the next step of sun-dry, and which we'll discuss in another post.
26/12/2021 06:58:05 am
Simple but essential.
28/2/2022 11:05:09 pm
Hello! May I ask what type of oven will be used to further dry the briquettes? I’m currently doing an experimental research using homemade briquettes and I’m having problems in drying my briquettes because I don’t have any drying machines and there are no briquette production sites here in my place (since briquettes are not yet abundant in my country) :<
1/3/2022 06:23:18 am
Sun drying alone is enough if exposed to sunlight properly or better done by Solar Drying in a green house.
16/11/2022 05:07:14 pm
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