The environmentally-friendly continuous drum carbonization machine is an ideal equipment for carbonization of woody materials (particles of 15 mm or less) under high temperature conditions in the furnace, oxygen-free carbonization and high carbonization rate. For example, coconut shell, palm shell, hazelnut shell, peanut shell, apricot shell, hemp rod, sawdust, sawdust, rice husk, bamboo, eucalyptus, slag, dregs, furfural residue, coffee grounds, walnut shell, etc., after crushing , can be continuously carbonized.
This machine reasonably adopts the advanced technology of recovering, purifying and circulating combustion of flammable gases such as carbon monoxide, methane and oxygen generated during the carbonization process. That is to solve the problem of environmental pollution caused by the thick smoke generated by the ordinary carbonization furnace in the carbonization project, and solve the thermal energy problem required by the equipment, fully self-sufficiency, improve the continuity and economy of the equipment, and fully utilize the surplus of agriculture and forestry It will turn waste into treasure and contribute to the greening environment.
The continuous drum charcoal making machine makes full use of the flammable gas such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen and oxygen generated in the carbonization process, and separates the wood tar and the wood acid solution through the flue gas purification system to obtain a pure combustible gas, and then fully burns through the self-dispensing burner, heating the high temperature carbonization pipe (the temperature is generally controlled at about 750 °C). The carbonization machine has a double sleeve pipe inside, the inner cylinder is a preheating drying pipe, and the outer cylinder is a high temperature carbonization pipe. The inner tube pipeline uses the residual heat in the furnace to dry the material, and the outer cylinder is also provided with a combustible gas recovery pipeline. The carbonization pipeline carbonizes the material at a high temperature to decompose the combustible gas such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen, oxygen, etc., through the recovery pipeline and the flue gas purification system. The burner burns to heat the pipeline to achieve the effect of reciprocating cycle heating and carbonization.