CN101818089A - Method for manufacturing granular fuel by using waste plant stems and leaves - Google Patents

Method for manufacturing granular fuel by using waste plant stems and leaves Download PDF

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CN101818089A
CN101818089A CN200910060905A CN200910060905A CN101818089A CN 101818089 A CN101818089 A CN 101818089A CN 200910060905 A CN200910060905 A CN 200910060905A CN 200910060905 A CN200910060905 A CN 200910060905A CN 101818089 A CN101818089 A CN 101818089A
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    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y02E50/30Fuel from waste, e.g. synthetic alcohol or diesel

Abstract

The invention discloses a method for manufacturing a granular fuel by using waste plant stems and leaves. The method comprises the following steps of: (1) collecting a plant material; (2) making the plant material into material sections; (3) mixing and adhering the material sections; and stirring uniformly; (4) extruding the material sections into granules; (5) drying the granules; and (6) packaging 50 kg of granules per bag; and putting the packaged granules into a warehouse for sale. The method has the advantages that: the granular fuel which is combustible and is convenient to transport is manufactured by using plant stems and leaves which are not eaten by people or wild animals, not burnt and wasted or rotten in woods, so that a large amount of low-cost fuel is provided for power plants or resident, the waste plant stems and leaves are sufficiently utilized, the use of renewable fuels such as coal, coal gas, natural gas and petroleum is reduced, the emission of CO2 is reduced, and the process of global warming is slowed. Therefore, the method is a good method for benefiting mankind.

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Make the method for granular fuel with waste plant stems and leaves
Technical field
The present invention relates to regenerated energy and utilize technical field, a kind of specifically method of utilizing waste plant stems and leaves to make granular fuel.
Background technology
The fuel of general using is coal, coal gas, Sweet natural gas, oil now, and part remote countryside area utilizes timber.These fuel such as coal, coal gas, Sweet natural gas, oil all are non-renewable, have used just fewer and fewerily, and a large amount of CO is emitted in the use of coal 2, produce tropical island effect, make global warming, make environment also from smoke into smother.There is scientist to study recently and thinks, should burn timber more, burn coal less.
But burn if fall trees, forest-covered area is diminished, weather is impacted, the desertification process is accelerated.The rice straw of now general rural area plantation, cotton bar, sawdust, open-air careless shrub are generally all burnt or leave that it rots.
Summary of the invention
The objective of the invention is to study and a kind ofly utilize all plant waste bar leaves in the world etc. to manufacture particle to make fuel, waste is effectively utilized, save a large amount of energy, reduce CO 2Discharge capacity, the waste plant stems and leaves that utilizes of alleviating the Global warming process is made the method for granular fuel.
The present invention utilizes waste plant stems and leaves to make the method for granular fuel, and its step is as follows:
1, collects vegetable materials such as rural area paddy rice bar, straw, cotton bar, withered weeds, the wood that falls, woodsy dry branches and fallen leaves, the trees sawdust of factory, discarded wood chip;
2, the vegetable material that step 1 is collected grinds the material section that is ground into 5~15mm in the machine at powder;
3, will the section of expecting put into mixing machine and mix, inwardly spray form biological bonding agent simultaneously as the flour slurry, stirs in mixing machine;
The material section that 4, will stir is put into the particle extrusion machine and is squeezed into particle, and particulate is neglected greatly and utilized occasion and decide, as power plant use just big, family expenses, roast the just littler of usefulness;
5, particle shines, bakes, dries under the sunlight of nature;
6, pack, every bag of 50kg, warehouse-in, for sale.
The advantage that the present invention utilizes waste plant stems and leaves to make the method for granular fuel is: utilize and do not eaten up by people, wild beast or burn septic leaf bar in the waste or the woods, make the fuel pellet that can burn and be convenient to transport, can provide a large amount of cheap fuel for power station or resident like this, discarded plant leaf bar is fully used, minimizing is to non-renewable fuel---and the use of coal, coal gas, Sweet natural gas, oil, reduce CO 2Discharging, the process of the global warming that slows down is a good method of bringing benefit to the mankind.
Embodiment
A kind of method of utilizing waste plant stems and leaves to make granular fuel, its step is as follows:
1, collects vegetable materials such as rural area paddy rice bar, straw, cotton bar, withered weeds, the wood that falls, woodsy dry branches and fallen leaves, the trees sawdust of factory, discarded wood chip;
2, the vegetable material that step 1 is collected grinds the material section that is ground into 5~15mm in the machine at powder;
3, will the section of expecting put into mixing machine and mix, inwardly spray form biological bonding agent simultaneously as the flour slurry, stirs in mixing machine;
The material section that 4, will stir is put into the particle extrusion machine and is squeezed into particle, and particulate is neglected greatly and utilized occasion and decide, as power plant use just big, family expenses, roast the just littler of usefulness;
5, particle shines, bakes, dries under the sunlight of nature;
6, pack, every bag of 50kg, warehouse-in, for sale.

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1. method of utilizing waste plant stems and leaves to make granular fuel, it is characterized in that: its step is as follows:
(1) collects rural area paddy rice bar, straw, cotton bar, withered weeds, the wood that falls, woodsy dry branches and fallen leaves, the trees sawdust of factory, discarded wood chip and other vegetable materials;
(2) vegetable material that step (1) is collected grinds the material section that is ground into 5~15mm in the machine at powder;
(3) will the section of expecting put into mixing machine and mix, inwardly spray form biological bonding agent simultaneously as the flour slurry, stirs in mixing machine;
The material section that (4) will stir is put into the particle extrusion machine and is squeezed into particle, and particulate is neglected greatly and utilized occasion and decide;
(5) particle shines, bakes, dries under the sunlight of nature;
(6) pack, every bag of 50kg, warehouse-in, for sale.
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