There are more and more users investing in new charcoal machine equipment, but how to store the charcoal produced by the new charcoal machine equipment is a problem that users need to think about. If it is not well stored, charcoal can not be used, and even a safety hazard will occur. Therefore, the storage of charcoal must be done well.
The first is the cooling of charcoal. The wood charcoal that has just been produced should not be packed immediately. It should be placed for 8 to 12 hours until it is completely cooled before it can be packaged. If it is not packaged, there will still be Mars in the charcoal that has just been released, which is easy to re-ignite and cause a fire.
Followed by the storage warehouse. Warehouses can use brick, concrete or steel houses, must have good ventilation, and in the event of a fire, each side can be opened for quick and easy access to the fire scene. There should be no intermediate pillars between the spans of the roof. The roof should be better covered with galvanized sheets or covered with asbestos. The ground can be bricks, stones, coagulation, or even tight soil. Water hoses should be prepared in different places. In the event of a fire, it is better to use a tractor with a shovel to pull unburned charcoal out of the warehouse.
The transit warehouse must be large enough to store large amounts of charcoal during normal weather or insufficient rail transport capacity. The storage warehouses should be separated by walls, and the volume per question is about 2000 rn3. Each room must be covered, and enough equipment must be kept to load and unload charcoal easily and quickly. The charcoal is discharged into the warehouse through wooden or metal chutes outside the house. The charcoal is loaded onto railway wagons and trucks by hand-operated wooden or gold filings. Trucks are not allowed to enter the warehouse due to the truck’s built-in engine and the driver’s smoking is prone to fire. Conveyor belts can also be used, but the degree of mechanization must be kept low to avoid increased costs.
To avoid spontaneous combustion, the stacking height of charcoal should be less than 6m. The smaller the distance of the newly arrived charcoal, the better (less than 2m), to avoid the increase of charcoal particles. The charcoal should be removed from the naturally formed charcoal slope, and the amount of charcoal produced should be reduced to a lower level each time it is installed.
The chemical nature of carbon is very stable. After the charcoal machine has been processed by the new charcoal machine for 2 days, it can be covered indefinitely. This makes it possible to preserve charcoal to balance seasonal demand. A wholesaler is better able to maintain a minimum of 2 months of charcoal sales. Storage should generally begin before the rainy season and sell them after the rainy season. Assuming that the charcoal inventory is sufficient for most retail markets, the retail price will stabilize. Sometimes charcoal production workers who are idle during the rainy season can carry out charcoal retail packaging. The type of packaging depends on the type of retail market and the number of intermediate sales links between wholesalers and consumers.