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Ring Die Aquatic Feed Pellet Mill

by Lilian Lee saleman
Aquafeed ring die pellet mill is an ideal pelletizing machine for large-scale high quality aquatic feed pellets. Grains such as corn, wheat bran, rice husks, beans, etc all can be the raw materials.
Recommended Features
  • Using imported SKF bearings & NAK oil seals to get better transmission performance, stable operation and less noise.
  • Feeding device adopts frequency conversion speed regulating motor to guarantee the particles quality.
  • Overload protection and electrical control system to ensure normal operation.
  • The international advanced spring coupling device is of novel and compact structure, safety, reliable, low noise and low failure rate.
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How to Maintain & Repair a Pellet Mill in a Correct Way?
Nowadays, with the increasing price of conventional fish feed , modern aquatic feed pellets made by pellet mill are becoming more and more popular in aquaculture, majority of breeders and feed plants tend to purchase an aquatic feed pellet mill to make their own feed pellets which may greatly reduce the cost and gain more profits. We offer some tips for you to make your production more smooth.
1. Check the easy-wear parts at a certain time to ensure normal operation, change the wear parts if necessary.
2. Change the lubricating oil of gearbox at regular time to lengthen the service life.
3. Overloading can cause great damage to both the reduction gear and motor, so it must be avoided. Once happens, you should repair or change the broken parts in time.
4. Adjust the gap between ring die and pressure roller regularly to avoid the transmission parts and bearing guard damaged by suffering violent vibration.

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