How to prevent corrosion of finished charcoal made by charcoal machine
Recently, a customer friend from Shaanxi called us and said that he has a lot of fruit trees in his hometown. Every year, he cuts a lot of fruit branches and throws them away as garbage. It is a pity that messy throwing on the ground is also a hindrance, so I thought Find a device that can be used.
We also have customer response to the situation he responded to. This situation is most suitable for charcoal. The raw materials can be said to be free, so the profit margin is greatly improved. If there are many small branches, we recommend making charcoal. The equipment required for carbon is a pulverizer, rod making machine, dryer and carbonization furnace. If it is a large branch, it is recommended to use the original charcoal machine to directly carbonize, and the tree stem to directly carbonize the charcoal (fruit charcoal).
At present, the price of fruit charcoal on the market is still very ideal. Making good quality charcoal, using fruit wood or hard mixed wood, the carbon produced will have a higher calorific value than rice husk char.
The discarded branches can be solved by reasonable use, and the next problem comes again. Sometimes the charcoal produced cannot be sold in time and needs to be stored, but what should be paid attention to when storing? How to store it?
The charcoal machine completes the production process of charcoal after the raw materials are processed through the four processes of crushing, drying, rod making, and carbonization to produce charcoal. For some users, the charcoal produced is not directly sold and needs to be packaged and stored, and the storage time cannot be guaranteed.
Some charcoal is damaged and corroded when it is used. It cannot be used normally. This makes users question whether the charcoal produced by the charcoal machine is not effective, or what causes it. In fact, the key point is that the charcoal produced by the charcoal machine needs to be preservative treated.
The ingenious anti-corrosion treatment measures of the charcoal produced by the charcoal machine are natural drying. Natural air-drying requires that the finished charcoal machine is air-dried at the place where the test machine is used. This process is mainly aimed at the changes in the charcoal cell structure caused by changes in the external environment, so that it can be fully fixed to the greatest extent during the gradual change process, thereby avoiding the finished charcoal machine in Changes occurred during storage.