Compacting of metal chips the researchers use mechanical and water powered presses with an ostensible power of a hundred to a thousand Kilo Newton. To acquire briquettes with great density the ratio of various materials change inside wide cut-off points (H/D = 0,8-0,25), where H is the height of the material, and D is the diameter of the given material. The more prominent is the density of the compacted material, the lesser the cost in the transportation and liquefying. Essential parameters used to assess the impact of compacting process are specific density of the compacted material and specific impact pressure for compacting of steel chips. At compacting with water driven presses it is accomplished 50%- 65% briquette’s thickness in correlation with strong material density. The specific pressure of the material achieves values p = 200-400 MPa, in compacting of steel chips. Because of the extensive size of compaction, vast power usage, and moderately low productivity, strategies are looking to enhance the proficiency of this procedure. One such technique is high speed contact compaction. This technique has been effectively utilized for working-out of parts from powder materials. In enclosure is given the density of the individual strong metal. As a noteworthy drawback of this compaction of steel chips strategy is the difficulty of process control.