FUELFORM(R) FUELS AND BIOMASS
Changing the economics of
pelletising and briqueting fuels and biomass
For many years, mining related industries (and more recently,
those involved in biomass) have been troubled by the
economi...
The Silform FuelForm®
system changes the
economics of pelletising and
briqueting fuels and biomass.
The substantially lowe...
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  1. 1. FUELFORM(R) FUELS AND BIOMASS Changing the economics of pelletising and briqueting fuels and biomass
  2. 2. For many years, mining related industries (and more recently, those involved in biomass) have been troubled by the economics of how to turn particulate waste material into efficient, handleable and saleable end product. When coal is mined, cleaned and transported, considerable quantities of fine coal (particles less than 5mm) are generated. A good example is the slurry ponds of waste coal dust which remain at mine sites after lump coal has been extracted and washed. There are billions of tonnes of particulate waste around the world today, causing environmental problems and giving rise to significant ongoing costs to mining operators, product handlers and government agencies. The most widely used solution for utilising large fine waste volumes to date has been “briqueting” and “pelletising.” FUELFORM(R) FUELS AND BIOMASS
  3. 3. The Silform FuelForm® system changes the economics of pelletising and briqueting fuels and biomass. The substantially lower overall costs of this unique system turns potential customers’ waste into high value raw materials and makes possible the commercial upgrading and blending of low rank, high moisture coals. The Silform patented FuelForm® system marks a revolutionary rather than an evolutionary change for the industries concerned.

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