Bioenergy is an Energy Generated From Organic Matter Such As Biomass, Biodegradable Agricultural & Industrial Wastes, Municipal Solid Waste, Sewage/waste Water Etc.

Traditionally, Bioenergy , Mostly In The Form Of Heat, Was Generated From The Combustion Of Biomass In The Forms As Wood, Animal Waste And Traditional Charcoal. Waste/ Bio-mass Sources Like Agricultural Residue, Poultry Waste, Cattle Dung, Sugarcane Press Mud, Municipal Solid Waste And Sewage Treatment Plant Waste, Etc. Produce Biogas Through The Process Of Anaerobic Decomposition And Biomass Pellets Are Produced From The Left Over Residues.

With Advent Of Modern Technologies/processes, Bioenergy Is Now Generated In The Form Of Power And Fuels Like Biogas, Biocng, Liquid Biofuels, Biomass Pellets and Briquettes Etc.


  1. Mixing of Carbon mass with the binder

Due to the different characteristics of various raw materials, the carbon mass pellet quality is inconsistent. To improve the pellet quality or maximize the production capacity, we add a binder (a kind of glue, e.g., vegetable oil or rapeseed cake) to help the lignin-lacked material to compress into pellets. 

  1. Pellet compression process

Pellets are formed using special dies, in a pellet mill. High pressures (45,000 PSI) and temperatures (200 ºF) are generated in this process, which softens components and binds the material in the pellet together. 

  1. Cooling of final pellets to room temperature

The fresh final pellets are very hot with extra moisture which needs to be released. The unreleased heat and moisture usually makes the pellets soft, so hence their shape is not formed. To reach the quality requirements on surface hardness and moisture content, the cooling process becomes an important part and therefore a counter-flow cooler is adopted. 

  1. Screening of cooled pellets

To remove the fines or dust from the materials that failed in compression process and from some broken pellets, a vibrating screen is employed to get a uniform output.  

  1. Packing and storage of screened pellets

As Carbon Pellets will not enter into the fuel process immediately, in order to keep the pellets as dry as possible and to avoid influence from water or dampness, the packing process is necessary. A pellet packing machine is used for packing the carbon pellets in 20 kg packets.

The Carbon pellets from the Continuous Pyrolysis can be used in Boilers/Burners to produce steam for cooking and also used in turbines to produce Electricity.