Fish Feed Pellet Line

by Shelly Puth Sales Manager
Fish Feed Pellet Line is widely suit for kinds of pets, and is simple structure and comfortable installation and maintenance. In the drying process, damage is free of shocking and striking.
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Review on Fish Feed Pellet Line

There are several processes as showed in the flow chart:
crushingmixingtransferring extrusion puffing transferring drying cooling screening spraying oil seasoning packaging
The poultry feed production line is mainly used to produce feed for fish, such as catfish, tilapia, shrimp; Pets, such as dog, cat, rabbit; Poultry animals, such as chicken, duck, goose, and other small animals, like fox, pet bird, etc.
The extruder machine of this fish feed pellet production line is with single screw.
The puffing feed can float on the water for more than 24 hours.
Final feed pellets sample made by the poultry feed production line
Its easy to be digested for animals, especially fish.
The sterilization effect of fish feed extruder is better to avoid gastrointestinal disease.
Aquaculture feed are generally required to put in water, and aquatic animal feeding time is longer, in order to reduce the feed loss in the water and water pollution, the feed is maximized the stability of the feed in the water.

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About Shelly Puth Freshman   Sales Manager

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