Briquette Moisture Content Range – 7% to 8%
Net Calorific Value Per Kg – 4800 K.Cal./kg

Briquettes, also known by the term "Bio Coal" is an alternate substitute for coal and charcoal. Briquettes can be conformed to any size or shape but are commonly manufactured into solid cylindrical shapes and cubes. Sourced from forests, agricultural, industrial wastes and residues, briquettes can be manufactured using a combination of multiple ingredients. Common waste and residues such as saw dust, wood shavings, groundnut shells, sugarcane baggasse, tea waste, paddy straw and husks, waste paper, corn cobs nd mustered stalks can be used, but are not restrained to such limitations.

Ingredients are commonly mixed and sifted, with the finely sifted mixture being compressed under high pressure and heat for bonding, making it adhesive or additive free within the bonding process of the composition.

Due to its unique shape and high density briquettes can withstand the shock of long distance transportation, loading and unloading, while transportation costs are much less and storage requirements is lesser in comparison to wood or loose bio-mass.