The term ‘briquette’ derives from the French word used for a product made by peat briquetting blended with water and clay. The same term has also been used for a briquette produced by heating coal mass and compressing it under high pressure. A coal briquetting process has been predominantly developed in Germany, France, Russia, England and the USA. In these countries, the production and consumption of briquettes are both subject to more stringent environmental regulations.
Lignite briquettes produced in Devix Energy factory are made from raw lignite coal originating from Kolubara Mining Basin, with addition of slaked lime and an ORGANIC binding agent. DEVIX briquettes are of uniform shape and weight, 60mm x 40mm x 20mm in size, produced in special briquette presses.
DEVIX briquette bulk density is 760 kg/m3.