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quicklime briquette machine, quick lime briquetting making process
Quicklime or burnt lime, chemical name as calcium oxide (CaO), is a kind of product made from limestone. Although the mineral limestone can be directly used, the usage is very limited. Most of the limestone directly used is in building industry, and if it is milled to the powder, the steel plant will use this as raw material for sintering.
Make limestone to quikclime will highly enlarge the usage. For example, the steel plant will use quicklime as slagging constituent (every ton of the steel will need this for 40-50 kgs), the calcium carbide factory will use it as raw material to produce calcium carbide (manufacture one ton calcium carbide, almost the same weight quick lime is needed), etc.
Almost 10 to 30% of the quicklime we can get are these powdery type. They may be sold as a kind of waste with a much lower price compared to the lump quicklime, but they can be a valuable
product if we make them to briquette.
The raw material is fed to the hopper of the briquette machine and fed by the pre-press force feeding screw to the mid-gap of the rollers, the double counter-rotating reverse roller then briquette the raw quicklime, in this process, the press become higher and higher when the raw quicklime press from the top to the center of the rollers, and it reaches the maximum pressure at the center, after the that, the pressure then becomes lower and lower until the briquette comes out from the rollers.
In order to make use of the quicklime, the produced quicklime will go through a screen and leave the tiny ones. The size left behind normally is less than 5mm. The dust full of quicklime from the dust collector is less than 1mm.
To make these two small particle quicklime to briquette and also ensure the briquette quality, A rate for these materials is then chosen. Well distributed particles sizes will make the briquette with better quality.
The briquette process follows a way rapid and easy. In order to prevent the dust pollution, especially transport the quicklime from the dust collector, using pneumatic conveyor is best conveying way can be ever chosen.
cctu launches briquette plant to enhance environmental sanitation
The Mechanical Department of the Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) has unveiled a state-of-the-art briquette making machine that recycles agro-waste into environmentally friendly charcoal.
Briquettes are machine-made charcoal from straw, sawdust, wood shavings, rice husk, corncobs, twigs, bagasse, coffee husks and various kinds of combustible plant materials.
Significantly, the over GHC50,000.00 innovative plant is capable of processing 100 bags of agro-waste per hour into charcoal which absorbs heat energy, easy to burn, smokeless and takes a longer time to burn.
The facility, built within three months, is the first of its kind in the Central Region.
It sought to complement efforts towards reducing carbon emissions, waste of wood resources while promoting environmental excellence to reduce the dire effects of climate change.
It comes with a carbonisation chamber for pyrolyzing waste, hammer mill for pulverising the char, char mixer and blender with a briquette making machine.
Addressing a short ceremony to outdoor the plant, Dr Kwame Anane-Fenin, Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, praised the staff and students, university authorities and Furnart-Ghana for their kind support.
He said the technological move was hinged on the University's unrivalled commitment to lead innovation and entrepreneurial drive with high-quality education, research and clean energy technologies.
That determination birthed the Department's commitment to promoting creativity in science and technology to build mechanical systems that had business value, foster problem-solving, project-based learning and knowledge transfer.
Elated at the future of the Department's inventions and innovations, Dr Anane-Fenin announced other innovative products, including a gari processing plant, fishing net pulling machine, and solar energy, among others.
Right Reverend Professor Joshua Danso Owusu-Sekyere, Vice-Chancellor of CCTU, was delighted by the timely completion of the plant and expressed gratitude to Furnart-Ghana for believing in and supporting the University.
He hailed the array of mechanical geniuses at the Department for the several innovations, saying "There's nothing we cannot build if we put our shoulders to the wheel. All we need is support from the government, corporate Ghana and individuals."
"It is time we all realised that the brain of the white person is not different from ours but our problem is that we have not challenged ourselves enough," the Vice-Chancellor added.
Madam Opeibea Omaboe, Managing Director of Furnart Ghana Limited, pledged her commitment to empowering Ghanaian entities and creativity for mutual gain.