Kesir is pleased to announce our latest breakthrough in sustainable biomass densification. Kesir has developed a turn key plant for grinding and pelleting EFB from palm oil plantation waste. This system is aimed at the Asian market where a growing demand for sustainable biomass pellets is increasing.
Learn more about EFB Pellets…
Traditionally, making Empty Fruit Bunch pellets was problematic, largely due to the fibrous content of EFB. However, Kesir has engineered a special grinding and pelleting process that removes all issues previously encountered. Our turn key pellet mill system includes all that is required for shredding, drying, pelletizing, cooling, screening, and packaging Empty Fruit Bunch.
Why turn Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) into pellets?
The reason of converting EFBs into pellets are as follows:
- The energy content of EFB biomass is dramatically increased after being converted into pellets typically burn values of 4,200 – 4,900 kg cal/kg are seen which enables the pellets to be used in substitute for coal.
- EFB pellets are dense and clean, this allows for easy storage transportation and delivery to sites and burning locations.
- EFB pellets are a sustainable and renewable bio fuel from a source that was once problematic.