Pellet equipment: two in one

#1 Oct. 12, 2015 07:45:35

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Pellet equipment: two in one

If your pellet equipment has the versatility, i.e. the ability to produce several types of products, then you made the right choice. It is, in short universality and can be described all the equipment for granulation, produced by manufacturing company a Dose-Grand.
The experts of the company thoroughly understand the process of recycling of husks and wood waste. In the end, experts came to the conclusion that the granulation of these two types of raw materials on the same equipment for the production of pellets is possible. But consider the following:
Husk for processing the pellets must be subjected to a strong compression. Quality raw material is obtained only under strong pressure. To achieve this effect it is necessary to use only a certain type of matrix. When granulating sawdust raw material can just pinch that can cause an explosion. This will have a negative impact on the engine hardware, since the load will be too high. The failure in this case will not happen because of installed security systems, but still it will have a negative impact on the operation of the equipment as a whole.
At the same time when not the power of compressed sawdust do not get processed into high quality pellets, they will be fragile and quickly fall apart. But out of this situation was found by experts Dose of Grand. The solution of this question as simple – set parallel lines of a granulation which will be used to prepare the raw material before pelletization. In addition, consider the types of consumables. After preparation of the components of the pellet mill must reconfigure the equipment for processing wood waste, or husks. It may take some time, but will be produced on a single installation.
Source: "DOSE-GRAN"
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: 8-800-200-24-66, (831) 432-6-500

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