About Extracted Oil Cashew Nut Shell
This product (cashew shell residues) is the remains of the raw cashew shell after the oil has been extracted. This type is often collected in bulk for use as fuel or biofuel pellets. Usually in some countries, they get cashew residue to burn cheap high-heat boilers up to 5200 KCAL. Cheap boiler steam is flammable, easily blended with chip chips and some other burning materials in order to accelerate the boiler’s heat should the boiler heat down. One disadvantage when using cashew residue is worried about steam, the boiler will deteriorate more quickly because the resin is very toxic, for a long time it sticks to the furnace, the furnace bar, the iron pipe reduces the heat in the boiler. As such, it is only used sparingly for the purpose of quick-heating blending. Moreover, transporting cashew residue is very dirty, and very polluted the environment.
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