Using energies efficiently

For many years, the majority of organic matter created by humans, animals and plants was viewed as a waste disposal problem. In light of increasingly scarce resources, a gradual rethink of the situation came about. Biomass is now playing an increasingly important role in the field of renewable energies.

Examples: peat, hay, hemp, MDF, horse manure, rape straw, palm straw, miscanthus, coffee grounds, tobacco dust, nut shells, rice husks, almond shells, sunflower seeds
Beispiele: Torf, Heu, Hanf, MDF, Pferdemist, Rapsstroh, Palmstroh, Miscanthus, Kaffeesatz, Tabakstaub, Nussschalen, Reisschalen, Mandelschalen, Sonnenblumenkerne

Most organic materials can be transformed into compact, naturally pure briquettes possessing excellent calorific value by means of the RUF equipment‘s compaction process. The sale of briquettes to private individuals is also an additional, lucrative source of income. Both the environment and the company profit in equal measure. Compacting dust into briquettes not only reduces the risk of explosion but also significantly simplifies the logistics involved. In the agriculture sector, the cost-efficient production of feed as well as the ease of handling hay and straw are key economic factors.
 
 

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