Cold Briquetting

Cold briquetting is a widely-accepted process for the compaction of granular material. Using roller presses for the briquetting process, material can be compacted to a defined form and size, enabling its inherent resources to be utilized in subsequent production cycles.

Common applications for cold briquetting are:

  • The processing of steel mill residues
  • The processing of fines from direct reduced iron (DRI)
  • Size enlargement of material for rotary hearth furnaces

The following pages will give you more details regarding technology, applications and testing in the area of cold briquetting.