Biofuel equipment

18 December 2019

Biofuel equipment

Equipment for biofuel Pressing machines have received a special capacity in enterprises whose activities are accompanied by the accumulation of large volumes of waste. In addition, the processing of secondary raw materials has occupied its niche as a profitable business, the profitability of which increases with the operation of high-quality and reliable equipment.

Briquetting press: advantages

Modern pressing systems have the following advantages:

  • The possibility of reducing the volume of secondary raw materials up to several times, which reduces the frequency of its removal from the territory;
  • Manual sorting of waste allows you to hand over raw materials for good money;
  • Keeping warehouses clean, and even reducing the cost of waste disposal.

An important advantage of the equipment is also the creation of fire-safe fuel briquettes.

Why do you need to buy a PB-48 briquetting press?

Before buying equipment, you need to decide why you need the unit. The main goal: there is a certain amount of waste and it is necessary to dispose of it, and it is good to make money from it. In European countries, the briquetting press is produced with a capacity of up to 50 kg per hour. The payback period of such a device is about 7-10 years. Despite this, the equipment is widely in demand in Europe, but not in Ukraine. This is due to the fact that the EU countries have rather strict requirements for waste processing, moreover, these requirements are supported by the imposition of high fines for their violation. Therefore, it is more economical for a small German company with waste up to 300 kg per shift to install a small briquetting press, which has a productivity of 30 kg per hour, than to pay a large amount for the removal of waste for disposal. Such a situation in Ukraine is completely different. It is often cheaper to take waste to a landfill than to buy a PB-48 briquetting press, the cost of which can pay off in the long run.

Material for fuel briquettes

The PB-75 briquetting press is created on the basis of rational pressing technologies, which ensures minimum electricity consumption during its operation. In addition, the device is able to produce briquettes from the following types of raw materials:

  1. Sawdust;
  2. Rape straw;
  3. Hay;
  4. Cereal straw;
  5. Popping of sunflower seeds;
  6. Buckwheat husk, etc.

Since the heating period in our country can last about 5 months, and gas prices are regularly increasing, sooner or later briquettes will be in mass demand.

Briquetting press for biofuel

15 November 2019

Briquetting press for biofuel

In the conditions of modern life, biofuel is produced directly by processing waste wood, straw, husks of various cereals and seeds, as well as other natural components. The remaining part of the fuel market belongs to liquid fuels made from oils of animal and vegetable origin.

Liquid types of biofuel

The production of liquid biodiesel involves the use of special equipment, where the interaction reaction of natural materials with methyl alcohol is carried out. The procedure is stimulated by the use of alkaline or acid enzymes. The duration of the reaction is several minutes. The production process is simple, but it requires special technological equipment.

The method of creating fuel briquettes from solid raw materials

Biofuel of this type is a granular raw material that is widely used in the electric and thermal power industry to heat the coolant and produce electricity. Production of granules requires the use of equipment designed for the following technical processes:

  • Preparation of material from wood for the production of biofuel, which grinds the elements to a size of 25 mm;
  • The process of drying sawdust to 10% moisture in drum or belt type drying equipment;
  • Additional grinding of the prepared material at the expense of vibrating mills, chipping machines;
  • If the raw material has optimal moisture content and fractional composition, the crushing and drying process is not used;
  • Auxiliary moistening of raw materials, which increases the density of pressing;
  • Compression of material using a briquetting press.

The raw material should not have a moisture content of more than 12%, contain more than 5% rot, and the particle size should be less than 5 mm. The equipment creates fuel briquettes by raising the temperature of raw materials and gluing the particles with natural glue. The finished products are cooled, packed and packed. The cost of such fuel is calculated based on the type of material (sawdust, husks, straw), costs for technological processes and packaging.

Briquetting press PB-48

The equipment is designed for the production of fuel briquettes from sawdust, sunflower husks and other plant waste (cereal crops, straw, bean tops, etc.). Due to the presence of natural legine in the raw material, binding substances are not used in production. The PB-48 briquetting press compresses the briquettes with the help of strict molding in a cylindrical guide with a press inflow of material. The resulting pressure ensures the sintering of the raw material into a solid mass in the form of a continuous sleeve without the inclusion of binding elements in the composition. Pressing takes place in conditions of high temperature, so the briquettes become strong, their surface is melted.

Briquetting press PB-75

The main factors that distinguish the PB-75 briquetting press from the PB-48 equipment model include:

  1. Extreme simplification of the structure of nodes and parts that wear out quickly;
  2. Availability of spare parts and components;
  3. maximum automation of all technological processes;
  4. Simplicity and ease of repair and maintenance of the device;
  5. Maximum reduction in the number of parts that wear out quickly.

The design of the PB-75 press allows you to freely approach the repair and maintenance of the unit. In addition, all spare parts and components for both models of equipment are always available.

Pellets and briquettes are a benefit of production

17 October 2019

Pellets and briquettes are a benefit of production

If you wish to produce compressed biofuel from wood sawdust, sunflower husks, flax processing waste, grain crops, etc., options such as briquettes and pellets are available to choose from. However, the best solution will be to focus on creating one type of product. So, which is more profitable, making pellets or fuel briquettes?

Aspects of pellet production in industry

According to the types of waste generated in production, the pellets created are classified into the following categories:

  • High quality (DIN+ standard);
  • Industrial

The first option is accompanied by the production of white pellets, which include a small amount of ash. This can be achieved using the raw material of woodworking waste without bark. One of the most common sales methods is the sale in bags of up to 25 kg. When the method used in the enterprise does not include cleaning of the bark or the owner faces the goal of processing convex boards with bark and low-quality chips, the businessman needs to think about the production of industrial pellets and briquettes. Industrial pellets have found their application in the form of solid fuel, if the composition contains small amounts of ash, and are also needed for domestic purposes, such as hygienic filler for cat litter.

Fuel briquettes – production features and advantages

Briquettes made using the PB-48 briquetting press have become widespread. Their production is much cheaper than pellets. The product can be used in any ovens, boilers and fireplaces that are not equipped with special burners. The PB-48 briquetting press allows you to create fuel briquettes that have the following advantages:

  1. Ease of use;
  2. Do not spark and do not shoot when burning;
  3. Saving storage space;
  4. Moisture resistance;
  5. High heat output.

Ready-made briquettes are popular both in the domestic market and outside of Ukraine. The main advantage of this type of biofuel is the possibility of using wood waste of almost any quality for its production. The advantage of using pressed material is that its density is twice that of wood. Such biofuel will require half the storage space. The temperature during pressing stimulates the melting of fuel briquettes, which ensures their strength and facilitates their convenient transportation. In addition, the PB-48 briquetting press creates biofuel without binding substances. Gluing is ensured due to natural legin contained in the composition of raw materials.

What are heating briquettes made of?

01 October 2019

What are heating briquettes made of?

Despite the fact that gas and electric heating devices have firmly established themselves in human life, solid biofuel also remains in demand. It continues to be used for heating private and country houses, as well as for lighting baths and fireplaces. Often, solid fuel stoves are irreplaceable in high-rise buildings where natural gas has not yet been installed.

Wooden heating briquettes

Fuel blocks (Euro fuel) have long been used worldwide. After all, it has been proven that the use of wooden beams is irrational, and the consumption of natural elements is uneconomical. Pressed briquettes help solve the difficulty. The production of wood fuel Eurowood uses waste from the woodworking industry, heats it to a certain temperature and presses it under high pressure. For the process, a briquetting press PB-75 or other models is used. Some believe that a special glue is used in production, but this is not the case. During pressing, hot shavings release a natural adhesive substance called lignin. This makes the blocks strong and allows them to keep their shape during transportation and storage. This type of biofuel is absolutely harmless to human health when used. The PB-75 briquetting press allows you to create sawdust briquettes, which have the following advantages:

  1. The possibility of use for barbecues when preparing food.
  2. The smallest amount of smoke than when burning wood.
  3. Compact form for easy storage and transportation.
  4. Ability to easily plan the amount of fuel needed for the season.
  5. Combustion releases an order of magnitude less poisonous CO2 when compared to other types of fuel.

In addition, the higher density of Eurowood ensures their long-term burning. Therefore, you can put 4 times less briquettes in the furnace or boiler.

Briquetting press PB-75 for making husk blocks.

In addition to woodworking waste, fuel blocks can also be created from agricultural waste: straw, leaves, peat, etc. The capabilities of the PB-75 briquetting press also allow the production of fuel briquettes from the following raw materials:

  • Buckwheat husk (husk) acts as a natural accumulator of natural energy. This is provided by the petals of the shell of buckwheat grains, which protect them and absorb the sun’s heat. At the same time, the energy potential of the shell increases from the semi-crystalline structure of the protein.
  • Linen. Flax briquettes have not yet gained wide demand in the solid biofuel market, but in the case of using high-quality raw materials and a serious approach to their processing, the resulting product will be on a par with common sawdust and straw blocks.
  • Husk of sunflower seeds. It is popular because during the production of seed oil, a considerable amount of waste is collected, which has the highest heat output.

The ash remaining from briquettes made of husks or husks makes it possible to fertilize the garden beds well. Eurowood is an ecologically harmless fuel that allows you to solve the issue of eliminating waste from the production of sunflower oil. Briquetting press PB-75 due to high temperature and pressure prevents the blocks from falling apart at the exit. At the same time, the presence of lignin in the raw material makes it possible to dispense with the addition of binding substances, thereby saving money.

Results of the 8th International Exhibition “Grain Technologies-2018”

07 March 2018

Results of the 8th International Exhibition “Grain Technologies-2018”

From February 21 to 23, 2018, the PMZ Denasmash LLC plant took part in the 8th International Exhibition “Grain Technologies -2018”, which was held in Kyiv at the International Exhibition Center. At our stand, samples of products manufactured at the PMZ Denasmash LLC plant were presented, namely, the youngest solid fuel boiler in the line with a capacity of 98 kW and the PB-48 press briquetting. This is only a small part of what is produced at our factory, but it was of great interest to the visitors of the exhibition. All three days were very busy. The endless flow of visitors showed how relevant and interesting this exhibition was. We can say with confidence that the exhibition was more than successful for the PMZ Denasmash LLC plant. This is evidenced not only by the fact that the sale was made “on the spot”, but also by the excitement surrounding our products. This exhibition gave a clear understanding that we are moving in the right direction, our products are relevant, high-quality, reliable and competitive. Despite all the positive emotions from this exhibition, we understand that there is always room to strive further, to try to be even better, to achieve even more. Therefore, at all future exhibitions, in which the PMZ Denasmash LLC plant will definitely participate, we will have something more to show and something to surprise our old and new customers.

“PMZ Denasmash” LLC at the Sorochyn Fair!

20 August 2015

“PMZ Denasmash” LLC at the Sorochyn Fair!

Are you going to Sorochyn Fair? Come without thinking! Moreover, this year you have one more reason to visit this all-Ukrainian holiday of folk crafts and creativity, because the team of “PMZ Denasmash” LLC is already at the fair in full swing.

We have come to show off our latest achievements in the field of heating – new water-heating, top- and bottom-burning pyrolysis boilers are presented in the pavilion of PMZ Denasmash LLC, which is located in the central row of the fair. It will be difficult for interested visitors not to notice us – our landmark is labeled “BOILERS”.

Scope of application of reducers and motor-reducers

03 June 2015

Scope of application of reducers and motor-reducers

Gearboxes have earned a reputation as a perpetual motion machine and are currently used in all industries: construction and earthmoving machinery, agriculture and forestry, mining, cement plants, power plants and oil refining, heating systems, industrial food industry.

The field of application of motor reactors: means of automation and control systems, regulating devices, automatic and automated control systems, monitor mini-drives, means of processing and presenting information, special tools, medical equipment.

The main areas of application of reducers and motor-reducers,
produced by “PMZ Denasmash” LLC

Equipment for concrete mixersЗMP-40, ЗMP-50
Equipment for lifts1S2U-125, 1S2U-160, 1S2U-200, H2-125, H2-160
 Equipment for conveyors, conveyor beltsMSN-63, MSN-80, MSN-100, MSN-125, MSN-160,
MSN2-80, MSN2-100, MSN2-125, MSN2-160
 Equipment for drying grain, elevators1MC2S-100N, 1MC2S-125, ZMP-50
Equipment for elevators for cargo-lifting mechanisms1C2U-100, 1C2U-125, 1C2U-160, 1C2U-200, 1C2U-250,
1C2U-315, 1C2U-355, 1C2U-400K, 1C2N-500, 1C3U-160,
1C3U-200, CTND-315, CTND- 400, C2-400, C2-400P,
МCH2-80, МCH2-100, МCH2-125, МCH2-160
 Equipment for production of foam concrete1S2U-125, 1S2U-160, 1S2U-200
Equipment for mixing solutionsЗМP-31,5; 3МP-40, 3МP-50, 3МVZ-160
 Equipment for dispensersЗМP-31,5; 3МP-40, 3МP-50, 3МVZ-160, 3МVZ-80
 Equipment for irrigation systems, sprinklers3МP-40 – 35,5 – 110; 3МP-50
 Equipment for boiler and pumping stations3МP-50
Equipment for feed processing plants3МP-31,5, 3МP-40, 3МP-50
Equipment for grinding mixtures1MC2S-63, 1MC2S-100N, 1MC2S-125, 3MP-31.5, 3MP-40, 3MP-50
Press equipment3МP-31,5, 3МP-40, 3МP-50
Marine fishing equipment3МP-40, 3МP-50
Barriers and gate opening drivesМV3P-160
Equipment on poultry farms3МP-31,5, 3МP-40, 3МP-50

Let’s sum up the results of the exhibition “Energy efficiency. Renewable energy-2014”

06 May 2015

Let’s sum up the results of the exhibition “Energy efficiency. Renewable energy-2014”

From November 4 to 7, “PMZ Denasmash” LLC took part in the VII International Specialized Exhibition “Energy Efficiency. Renewable energy-2014”.

At the exhibition, participants from foreign and domestic companies presented innovative solutions and modern developments in the field of energy-efficient technologies.

More than 100 companies participated in conferences and business meetings related to the most pressing and relevant issues of the development of renewable energy.

The exhibition “Energy efficiency. Renewable energy – 2014” was very fruitful for us. During all exhibition days, life was raging and raging near the stand of PMZ Denasmash LLC. This is not surprising, because we have just provided a comprehensive solution to the issue of energy independence. We presented equipment for the production of fuel from biomass, cauldrons capable of working on almost any solid fuel, new generation solid fuel burners.

The negotiations provided an excellent opportunity to learn what partners and customers expect from us. After analyzing the needs, we offered very comfortable partner conditions.

We aim to create product value together with our customers and partners, which is why significant attention has been paid to the issue of product quality and pricing.

Participation in this exhibition was another step in the development of our business, new invaluable experience was gained. We were glad to see all our colleagues and regular customers, and, of course, we are happy to meet new people. Thank you to everyone who visited our stand at the exhibition and cooperated with us!

We invite you to visit the exhibition Aqua-Term Kyiv 2015

06 May 2015

We invite you to visit the exhibition Aqua-Term Kyiv 2015

We are pleased to invite you to the 17th International exhibition of heating, water supply, ventilation, air conditioning, renewable energy, plumbing and swimming pools “Akva-Term Kyiv 2015”.

The event will be held from May 12 to 15, 2015 in the largest international exhibition center, located at: Kyiv, 15 Brovarskii prospekt (Livoberezhna metro station).

At the exhibition, you will be able to familiarize yourself with the products of “PMZ Denasmash” LLC, as well as receive competent advice from our managers.

In our exhibition tent you will be able to see:

  1. Domestic long-burning solid fuel boiler – 20 kW (manual fuel loading);
  2. Industrial solid fuel boiler – 98 kW (automatic and manual fuel supply);
  3. Solid fuel universal burner – 100-150 kW (for burning pellets with a diameter of 6-14 mm and a length of up to 45 mm).

How to find us:


We choose heating. What are the options?

21 April 2015

We choose heating. What are the options?

If you have a need to organize the heating of new premises, or you have decided to look for an alternative to the old heating system, we advise you to approach this issue thoroughly. Today, there are quite a few types of fuel, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages in use. When it comes to designing a heating system, when choosing equipment and type of fuel, be guided primarily by key factors:

  • availability of the raw material base – agree, it is not profitable to buy cheaper fuel that is far from your home or production, otherwise all the savings will go to its transportation;
  • fuel prices – at the moment, this factor is the most decisive for our user;
  • convenience in using a certain type of fuel – decide for yourself whether you are ready for physical labor and additional maintenance of the heating system, or whether you will agree to comfortable heating?

We decided to post basic information about the most common types of fuel, the features of their use in heating. So:

The most common type of heating is gas heating.

Advantages of using mains gas:

  • The level of gasification of urban and rural areas is quite high, almost everywhere there is an opportunity to access gas communications. This explains the popularity of gas as the main type of fuel.
  • When burning gas, a relatively high percentage of efficiency is achieved – up to 85%.
  • Gas supply is almost uninterrupted.
  • Gas boilers work automatically, their maintenance is limited to annual inspection and adjustment.

Disadvantages of gas:

  • Price. The cost of gas for both the population and enterprises is constantly increasing. After all, it is very difficult to plan your expenses for the heating season.
  • Although gas boilers are relatively cheap, the connection to the central GPS and all the permits will cost you quite a lot.
  • Connection and current maintenance are carried out only by certified organizations.
  • Despite the extensive gasification of populated areas of Ukraine, you may face the fact that you will have to pull gas pipes to the village where your country house is located. It is difficult to do it alone, mainly from the financial side. In advance, we advise you to enlist the support of fellow villagers and deal with the issue of gasification with joint efforts.
  • Low gas quality, as well as unstable pressure in the system leads to failures in the operation of the heating equipment.

The use of electricity as a heating source also has its pros and cons.


  • Environmental friendliness – when using electrical heating equipment, there are no CO2 emissions and waste.
  • Availability of this type of fuel. Ukraine produces sufficient amounts of electricity for consumption.
  • You don’t even have to spend time looking for a power source – electricity goes to your house by itself.
  • Small dimensions of electrical equipment, saving space.
  • Ease of maintenance of the cauldron. Especially since you can adjust the temperature at the outlet.
  • Regarding cheap equipment.
  • Electric boilers have the highest efficiency – 99%.


  • Electricity is the most expensive type of fuel for heating systems. And the use of electricity as a source of heat on an industrial scale is guaranteed to ruin the enterprise.
  • Connecting heating electrical equipment requires a large number of permits and documentation.
  • Due to frequent scheduled and unscheduled power outages, heating will be interrupted. Electric boilers are completely energy-dependent, so you should take care of an alternative source of energy – the use of a generator or a solid fuel boiler.
  • The limited carrying capacity of distribution networks is another difficulty faced when planning electric heating. Boilers up to 6 kW (room heating up to 60 m2) can work on one phase. For boilers over 6 kW, 3-phase equipment is required.

Liquid fuel (fuel oil, diesel fuel)


  • A liquid fuel boiler does not require a special permit for installation.
  • Almost all heating equipment that runs on liquid fuel is equipped with automation – this guarantees ease of operation.
  • Liquid fuel boilers are easily converted to other fuels. Yes, by simply installing a gas burner, you will ensure the operation of gas equipment.
  • Combustion of liquid fuel has a high efficiency. If there are high-quality burners and liquid fuel, the efficiency can reach 95%.
  • All combustion products meet environmental standards. As a result, environmental pollution is minimal.


  • The main disadvantage of this type of heating is high fuel costs. In addition, the prices of oil products are constantly jumping. And in view of the irreparability of oil reserves, the tendency to lower prices in the future is not foreseen.
  • Liquid fuel boilers should be placed in a specially equipped room, and a considerable area. The boiler room must be warm – otherwise the liquid fuel thickens and clogs the filters.
  • When burning, liquid fuel emits soot, so we advise you to take care of a good hood in the boiler room. Another specific feature of the operation of a liquid fuel boiler is considerable noise. Immediately consider the need for sound insulation.
  • The purchase, transportation and storage of liquid fuel require the presence of special devices, containers, and premises.
  • Get ready for the fact that diesel fuel or fuel oil will bring you an unpleasant smell and dirt. In addition, leakage and spillage of fuel increase the risk of ignition.
  • The use of a liquid fuel boiler depends on electricity. In case of power outages, the boiler will have to be started manually.

Coal of different brands

Advantages of coal heating:

  • High calorific value of coal and the ability to retain heat for a long time.
  • Relatively low cost of heating.
  • Coal is an available fuel in any fraction and any grade.
  • Ease of fuel storage – coal can be stored outdoors under a canopy.
  • Household waste can be burned in boilers together with coal.

Disadvantages of coal heating:

  • To keep the heat constant, coal must be thrown into the furnace regularly (2-3 times a day).
  • Coal has a high ash content (up to 35%), so you will have to regularly remove ash from the boiler (once every two days), as well as clean the chimney.
  • The ash that remains after burning coal is highly carcinogenic, harmful and needs to be disposed of. To remove it, you will need a truck and the right to dispose of the ash at a landfill.
  • When coal is burned, it emits by-products that are very dangerous and difficult to determine without specific gasification sensors.
  • Unpleasant smell of burning coal in the area.
  • Burning coal is not particularly environmentally friendly. The increased level of CO2 is your contribution to greenhouse gases when you choose this heat source.
  • Ukrainian coal is not always of high quality, the non-burning fraction in some types of coal can reach 30%. As a result, we get a low calorific value, additional work to clean the equipment and more waste for disposal.
  • Coal is a very “dirty” fuel. Coal dust, constantly flying in the air, pollutes the premises and enters the human respiratory tract. People with chronic diseases of the respiratory tract are extremely contraindicated to use a coal furnace.

Peculiarities of application in pellet heating

This type of fuel entered the market of Ukraine relatively recently and has already proven itself in the best way.


  • Solid fuel boilers, as a rule, allow you to completely automate the process of feeding pellets to the furnace and cleaning the burner from the combustion waste that has formed.
  • Effective control – the ability to adjust the temperature (with automation).
  • Environmental friendliness – when burning pellets, the same amount of CO2 is released as from a street bonfire.
  • Compared, for example, with coal, pellets have a low ash content (up to 0.5%). In addition, it is environmentally friendly, has a lot of useful micro- and macroelements and can be used as an excellent fertilizer.
  • When burning pellets, the efficiency can reach 95-98%, depending on the type of raw material from which they are made.
  • Switching the boiler to long-term burning will allow you to load fuel only twice a day, which entails convenience in maintenance and additional fuel savings.
  • Depending on the power of the heating equipment, pellets can be used to heat huge rooms – up to 3000 m2.
  • Fuel pellets take up little space for storage, do not carry a lot of dirt and are slightly prone to spontaneous combustion.
  • There will always be a raw material base for fuel pellets. These are both wood waste and agricultural waste


  • The need to maintain a warehouse for storing fuel stock.
  • The large dimensions of the heating equipment will require a separate room for the boiler room.
  • Sometimes you will have to clean pipes, grates and furnaces from combustion products.