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Blocking Is No Longer Trouble for Sawdust Pellet Mills

During the biomass fuel pellets production by using the sawdust pellet mills, users will often suffer from the low yield and ring die blocking problems happening to the sawdust pellet mill.

It’s not easy to dredge these blocked ring die holes, so it has become the most troublesome problem for most pellet machine manufacturers. According to experts from Fote Machinery, there two aspects for the reasons of the blocking trouble. On one hand, the raw material is the first factor that influences the pellet quality. On the other hand, there are three elements influencing the pellet production: water content, vapor quality and tempering time.

Materials with much starch content are easy to be gelatinized by steam and after tempered these materials get so sticky that they will be pelletized easily. For crude fiber materials, adding certain amount of grease will be helpful to reduce the friction force between the raw materials and the ring die, to make materials pass the holes smoothly and to produce glazing finished products. The crushing fineness of the raw materials has much effect on the pellet quality.

Users should also adopt high quality vapor during the production because the vapor works as lubricant for the sawdust pellet mill. It can increase the efficiency, reduce friction and prolong the ring die’s lifetime.

Fote provides good quality sawdust pellet mills as well as premier services. If you want to experience, please browser our website. We are good at offering customers customized solution.

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