Two world leaders in briquetting join forces
Established in 2004, RUF UK sell and lease briquetting machines - a system whereby organic and inorganic waste material including wood, metals and biomass are compressed into uniformed shaped briquettes. Depending on the waste product, these briquettes can often be recycled as part of the production process or sold as fuel to generate additional revenue. In any event, briquetting waste enables businesses to improve their bottom line; not only does it significantly reduce storage, handling and transportation costs, but it also condenses the bulk of waste entering into landfill.
Briquetting waste helps businesses reduce costs and protect the environment. Introducing a RUF briquetting system in to your production process can provide a return on investment in under 18 months.
With briquetting systems, suitable for waste from within sectors including aerospace, oil and gas and automotive, it’s no surprise that business owners and financiers have switched on to the multitude of benefits that introducing a RUF machine can bring.
RUF – turning your organic and inorganic waste into re-usable and profitable briquettes.
By either visiting us and bringing a sample of the material or sending a sample by courier, your material can be tested by our various test machines on site. You will receive all briquette test results along with a detailed press report. Testing your material allows us to design and assemble the ideal RUF equipment for your demands.
A test press of your material is free of charge and with no obligation!
Metal, wood and many more: The range of materials we process into briquettes is huge.
More than 40 years of experience in briquetting is a solid base from which to satisfy every customer‘s requirements.
Introducing a briquetting machine into your manufacturing process has a multitude of benefits that can add value and increase profitability.
Hydraulically compacting residues such as wood, metal shavings, swarfs, sludges and biomass materials reduces the bulk by a ratio of up to 20:1, resulting in reduced handling, storage and transportation costs.