Briquetting is the transformation of a powdery or granular product into a larger, more convenient size. This is accomplished by compacting the product with a roll press, sometimes in the presence of a binding agent.


The material is fed between counter rotating rolls, each of which has half of the desired briquette shape. As the rolls come together, the two halves unite and through extreme pressure, the briquette is formed.


The briquettes can be produced with high or low pressure and can undergo mechanical or thermal treatment according to the characteristics of the processed material, the binder used, and the desired end product.



  • Capacity: 100 lb/hr – 100 TPH (.5 kg/hr – 91 MTPH)
  • Double-output gear box and internal gear couplings for preventing misalignment caused by traveling roll movement
  • Optional hinged frame for ease of maintenance
  • Optimized feed system
  • Heavy-duty frame constructed to withstand high pressure operation

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Briquetter Construction

The image below shows the standard components of a briquetter. Click image to view larger.

A – Motor

B – Roll Drive Reducer

C – Hopper Feed System

D – Rolls

E – Hydraulic Jacks

F – Shaft Couplings (under guard)

G – Force Feeder Drive

H – Distributer & Feed Box System

Applications & Materials

  • Water Softener Salt
  • Coal
  • Charcoal
  • Lignite
  • Minerals
  • Chemicals
  • Metallic Oxides
  • Graphite
  • Steel Mill By-Products
  • Clay
  • Detergents
  • Glass Batch

What Can Briquetting do for Your Material?

Briquetting, like all types of agglomeration, offers a variety of benefits. Among them, briquetting allows you to:

  • Reduce Volume
  • Stabilize Mixtures During Handling
  • Eliminate/Reduce Dust Problems
  • Control Hardness
  • Reduce Packing, Storage and Transport Costs
  • Improve Product Performance
  • Improve Handling

To learn more about how agglomeration can benefit your material, see Why Agglomerate Your Material.


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Why Choose FEECO?

FEECO’s material knowledge and background in agglomeration means we can offer our customers the right agglomeration equipment for their material. We can test your material in our testing and tolling facility to determine not only if your material will agglomerate, but also what equipment is best for the task.

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