India’s largest manufacturer

The Briquetting plant:

  • Briquetting Press
  • Hammer Mill Grinder
  • Chipper Cum Grinder
  • Dryer / Flash Dryer
  • Material Handling

Biomass Briquetting :

Every year millions of tons of agricultural wastes are generated which are either destroyed or burnt inefficiently in loose form causing air pollution. These wastes can can be recycled & can provide a renewable source of energy by converting biomass waste into high density – fuel briquettes without addition of any binder. This recycled fuel  is beneficial for the environment as it conserves natural resources. What many people do not know is that recycling also prevents global warming which has a direct adverse impact on global climate.

Fuel is prime need of every industry & pollution free environment is the primeconcern of society. Serving both the purposes LEHRA® Fuel-Tech Pvt. Ltd. is  a reputed & leading Indian company  engaged in manufacturing and marketing of for renewable and non- conventional energy equipment i.e. BRIQUETTING PLANTS & MACHINERY for converting agro-forestry waste into White coal; Bio-mass based Briquetting System & other energy equipments. Since our inception  we had manufactured & exported more than 1200 nos. of Briquetting Plants.  Our company is in approved list of Suppliers of IREDA Ltd. (A Govt. of India’s leading Financial Institution).

LEHRA® Fuel is the responsible company in Renewable Energy Technology field with proven track records. We want to contribute to eco-friendly world through non-conventional energy.

The Company :

The Concept:
The process of ” BRIQUETTING ” is the physical transformation of the loose raw material into high density fuel briquettes through a compactly compressed unit. The form change results in a much higher specific density of the material which increases its Calorific Value (combustion efficiency) as compressed to the loose material. Energy is the key factor in economic development of the country. By the turn of the century our requirement of energy will increase rapidly and resources are limited .which has resulted in the universal recognition of the need to tap renewable energy from non-conventional sources. Biomass briquettes from  Agricultural and Forest Wastes  is fairly a good substitute for coal, lignite, firewood, crude oil .This recycled fuel  is beneficial for the environment as it conserves natural resources. What many people do not know is that recycling also prevents global warming which has a direct adverse impact on global climate.

Why us

Pioneer in this industry in India having a wind range of machines for selection starting from Home use to Commercial production.

We commit 1.5 times* production in same model with same power rather than others.

Having a full after sale service team to support our clients and a strength of about 100 persons in our team.

We commit full overhaul of machine within 10-12 working hours, the minimum and fastest all over India to backup the production of client.

We allow standard warranty for one years, 5 years crank  warranty under manufacturing fault (first time in india).

Machine ready to production immediately and comes with Lubrication oil filled.

Complete In-house production (under one roof).

The Briquetting plant Process

Almost any biomass can be briquetted. Biomass waste is the material derived from plants that use Photosynthesis to grow which include plant and animal material such as wood from forests, material left over from agricultural and forestry processes, and organic industrial, human and animal wastes.

Why Briquetting

With the increase in the demand of energy. The natural conventional resources are diminishing very fast.  This can be controlled by using non conventional sources like sunlight, wind energy, water energy. But these sources cannot be used as fuel. So the best non conventional fuel is Biomass briquettes. This not only is Socially Economical as well financially very economical.

Social benefits of Biomass Briquetting:

Biomass Briquetting is done to organic waste, Municipal waste which helps to cleans our surrounding and minimize landfills. It burnts completely so produces less ash and CO2. By utilizing this unwanted waste into energy we save our valuable natural resources of fossil fuel. Biomass waste-to-energy conversion reduces greenhouse gas emissions.  The greenhouse gas emissions are significantly reduced by preventing methane emissions from landfills.  Moreover, biomass energy plants are highly efficient in harnessing the untapped sources of energy from biomass resources.

Financial benefits of Biomass Briquetting:

Biomass Briquettes are more economical than other fuels because it contains low moisture, low ash high density.  Manufacturing briquettes  is Profitable as the demand of energy is increasing day by day and vice versa the supply of natural fossil fuel is limited It is very easy for handling, transporting storage. It is cheaper than heavy furnace oil , steam coal fire wood etc. Moreover government of India has also announced series of incentives for promoting this project for installing Briquetting plants.  as the entire world is engaged in developing alternative energy sources. it is promoted to the industries as a prime renewable energy project throughout the world. The project gives excellent viability. The total payback period of the project is approx.2 year. It is pollution free and no hazard in this project. It is eco friendly renewable green energy project.

Biomass comes from a variety of sources which include:

  • Wood from natural forests and woodlands
  • Forestry plantations
  • Forestry residues
  • Agricultural residues such as straw, stover, cane trash and green agricultural wastes
  • Agro-industrial wastes, such as sugarcane bagasse and rice husk
  • Animal wastes
  • Municipal solid wastes (MSW)
  • Food processing wastes

Agro Waste or Briquetting:-

Agricultural waste can be described as all the organic materials which are produced as by-products from harvesting and processing of agricultural crops. These residues can be further categorized into primary residues and secondary residues. Agricultural residues, which are generated in the field at the time of harvest, are defined as primary or field based residues whereas those co-produced during processing are called secondary or processing based residues.

  • Primary residues- Agricultural residues, which are generated in the field at the time of harvest, are defined as primary or field based residues paddy straw, sugarcane top, maize stalks, coconut empty bunches and frond, palm oil frond and bunches;
  • Secondary residues-Agricultural residues, which is co-produced during processing are called secondary or processing based residues. Rice husk, bagasse, maize cob, coconut shell, coconut husk, coir dust, saw dust, palm oil shell, fiber and empty bunches, wastewater, black liquor.

Forest Waste Briquetting:-

Forest harvesting is a major source of biomass for energy. The largest source of energy from wood is the waste product from the pulp and paper industry called black liquor. Logging and processing operations generate vast amounts of biomass residues. Wood processing produces sawdust and a collection of bark, branches and leaves/needles. A paper mill, which consumes vast amount of electricity, utilizes the pulp residues to create energy for in-house usage. beside Pulp Waste from Paper mills Wood chips and shravings, Tree bark and twings, Saw dust bamboo leaves. Wild grasses. Shrubs Above raw material can be briquettes without using any binder. After making Briquettes from above materials it contains calorific value of 3500-4800 k.cal/kg.

Meet our Lehra Management

MR. HARBANS SINGH

MANAGING DIRECTOR

    MR. SARABJIT SINGH

    DIRECTOR

      MR. SUKHWINDER SINGH

      DIRECTOR
        ENQUIRE NOW !

        We are glad that you preferred to contact us. Please fill our short form and one of our friendly team members will contact you back.










        X
        ENQUIRE NOW !