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Sawdust Pellet Machine

by Alma R. Marketing
Ring die wood pellet machine is specially designed for pressing combustible materials into solid wood pellets.
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  • 1.It adopts professional forced feeder and strengthened transmission parts; the ring die, press roll and hoop are specially customized, robust and reliable.
  • 2.Adopts high-precision gear driving so that the output is improved by about 20% compared with belt drive ones.
  • 3.Imported high-quality bearings and oil seal are adopted to ensure efficient, stable and low-noise operation.
  • 4.The feeder adopts variable frequency and speed-changing motor to prevent blockage and keep smooth feeding.
  • 5.Stainless steel ring dies with multiple bore diameters for options, thus ensures the long service life and good pellet appearance.
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Ring Die Wood Pellet Mill Advantages
1. Ring die pellet mills generate less wear and tear since both inner and outer edges of the roller traverse the same distance.
2. Ring die pellet machines are more energy efficient than flat die wood pellet mill. Roller slip during the pelletizing process brings extra friction, but this extra friction is a good element in the production of qualified wood pellets due to the additional heat.
3. The ring die pellet mill has wide applicable scope. It can process different materials like wood chips, sawdust, straw, pasture, palm leaf, wood waste, wheat stalk, corn stalk and many other organic waste resources.

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