The residue of sugarcane juicing is a kind of fibrous pulp material. This fibrous residue is called bagasse. Three tones of bagasse will be produced when squeezing 10 tons of sugarcane. In the past sugarcane bagasse is worthless residue, but now it is an important biomass material which can be used for the production of ethanol and generation of energy. Besides, bagasse is also great raw material for making fuel pellets. Bagasse has been dried out of water, which can meet the criterion of pellet raw material. YULONG Energy is offering bagasse pellet mill and complete bagasse pellet line. When building a bagasse pellet plant, you are suggested to build it near a sugar mill, so that you can easy get sufficient feedstock and save cost for transportation.
Bagasse Can Be Done Into High-Quality Pellet
Make Bagasse Fuel Pellets for Burning: Bagasse pellets are mainly applied to industrial production and home warming in household stoves.
Make Bagasse Feed Pellets for Animal feeding: There are two types of bagasse feed pellets, one is hydrolyzed bagasse which is steam treated, the other is natural bagasse. Here is the formula of feedstock: 25% coffee husk, 25% peanut shell, 50% bagasse.
The demand of fuel pellets is rising day by day, as the best pellet mill manufacture in China, YULONG Energy has gradually found that making the best of sugarcane waste – bagasse can bring immense potential in biomass pellet industry. It is predicted by the European Biomass Association that until 2020, the European Union need to consume 100 million tons of biomass pellets fuel a year.
Bagasse Pellet Machine
Production line for bagasse pellets
- The customer's raw material is rice husk, and output is 4.5-6t/h. YULONG XGJ series pellet mill can process all kinds of materials well, no matter what your materials are, sawdust, peanut husk, rice husk, straw, bamboo, palm, bagasse, activated carbon, sludge, etc., can be well pressed into biomass pellets.
- This is a complete Caragana Korshinskii Pellet Production Line with an hourly yield of 5-8 tons. Customers use Caragana Korshinskii as raw material to produce biomass pellets.