horizontal carbonization furnace


Horizontal carbonization furnace is used in the production of charcoal from various types of biomass materials, such as wood, coconut shells, rice husks, and other agricultural waste. It can also carbonize some raw materials directly. The charcoal produced can be used as a fuel source for cooking and heating, as well as in industrial applications such as metallurgy and activated carbon production.



The Working Principle of a horizontal carbonization furnace involves the following steps:

  1. Loading the biomass materials into the furnace.
  2. Drying: The carbonization furnace is heated to a temperature of around 200-300°C, and the biomass materials are dried by the hot air circulating inside the furnace.
  3. Carbonization: Once the biomass materials are dried, the temperature inside the furnace is increased to around 500-600°C. At this temperature, the biomass materials undergo a process called pyrolysis, which breaks down the complex organic compounds into simpler carbon compounds. This process produces charcoal, which is collected at the other end of the furnace.
  4. Cooling: After the carbonization process is complete, the furnace is cooled down, and then the charcoal can be removed from the furnace.
  5. Discharging the charcoal from the furnace and packaging it for storage or transportation.


ModelDiameter of tankCharcoal outputCarbonizing timeDimensionWeight
BLWT-81.5m 1500-2000kg/batch11-14hours4.6*1.8*2.2m4t
BLWT-121.9m 2000-3000kg/batch11-14hours4.6*2.2*2.5m6t

How The Horizontal Carbonization Furnace Works

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