Types Of Steel Iron Chip Briquetting Press

- Jan 19, 2021-

Due to the different materials pressed, metal briquetting machines are generally divided into two types: horizontal and vertical. The sales staff will recommend suitable briquetting equipment for you based on the materials you are briquetting. Just like the introduction below, generally speaking, if the material you need to briquette is scrap metal scraps, iron scraps, pig iron scraps, aluminum scraps, steel scraps, mineral powder, etc., such briquettes, and also There are certain requirements for the density of the briquettes. In this situation, a vertical metal briquetting machine is generally required. When the material you are briquetting is relatively large metal scrap, scrap iron, scrap copper, aluminum plate, car shell, bicycle frame, electric frame, waste oil drum, cans, etc., and the density after briquetting If there is no requirement, we generally recommend you to use a horizontal metal briquetting machine.

Compared with the horizontal metal briquetting machine, the vertical metal briquetting machine has the advantages of small footprint, compact structure, high output, and at the same time, it can meet your requirements for briquetting density. The vertical metal chip briquetting machine has a large task table and can form and press multiple products at one time. The pressure conditions of each part of the equipment are different, and the wear is small. It is more convenient and quick to change molds and maintain. If the metal scrap to be suppressed is relatively large, we need to crush it before stopping the suppression. The finished briquettes have high density, which can reduce the casting cost. Compared with the vertical metal chip briquetting machine, the investment cost of the horizontal metal briquetting machine is relatively low, which can also meet the consumer demand of customers and save the investment cost for customers. The use of these two equipments to stop briquetting of scrap metal can achieve conditions such as bulk material and briquette crushing during storage and transportation.