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Wet Type Fish Feed Extruder

by Bonnie C. Fanway Fish Feed Machinery - SEO
The wet type fish feed extruder machine is widely used in making both floating fish feed and sinking feed pellets for aquaculture farms, feed mills, livestock farms and poultry farms.
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  • This kind of fish feed extruder machine owns simple structure, wide application, and low noise.
  • It can improve the quality and floating time of the fish feed pellets.
  • Salmonellosis and bacterial infections of the raw materials will be eliminated after being processed by the high temperature and pressure.
  • We offer different die molds to meet the various needs of the diameters of feed pellets.
  • The jacketed construction of the extruder is adopted to control the extruding temperature by adding the materials with hot steam or cooling water.
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Parameters of wet type fish feed extruder
Model: FY-DSP60
Capacity: 180-200 kg/h
Main power: 15kw
Feeding power: 0.4kw
Screw diameter: 60mm
Cutting power: 0.4kw
Conditioning power: 0.37kw

The wet type fish feed extruder can make fish pellets from corn, bean pulp, corp stalk, grass, rice hull and so on. It is equipped with a boiler which can continuously steam the materials to make pellets.

Email: info@fishfeedmachinery.com
Web: http://www.fishfeedmachinery.com
Skype: fishfeedmachinery
Whatsapp: +8618613052662

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