Diesel Flat Die Feed Pellet Machine

by Luckstar Cc web designer
Diesel feed pellet mill is energy saving pellet machine for making feedstuff for animals, such as feed for fish, poultry and livstock, etc.
Recommended Features
  • Driven by diesel engine
  • The diesel flat die pellet mill has compact structure and light weight
  • The visibility design of the pelletizng chamber ensures a smooth pelletizing process and high quality pellets.
  • The diesel flat die pellet mill is energy saving which can reduce the investment and air pollution.
  • It can make feed pellets with dia2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 6mm and 8mm.
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Animal Feed Pelleting Process
In the pelletizing process, the major role are dies and rollers which are made of high quality alloy steel that is cast by advanced craft. Firstly, put materials into the feeder and let them fall down onto a set of rotating rollers over the die; then, the materials will be compressed between the surface of die and the rotating rollers, while pellets coming out of the die they will be cut into set length by a sharp knife. There are different dies with various die holes which are designed for making feedstuff for different kinds of animals.
Feed Pellet Material
All grains such as corn, broomcorn, barley and wheat,etc. These materials are rich in protein and other nutrients, easy to process and good for animal digestion.
About Feed Pellets
The whole pelleting process need neither water nor drying. The temperature can naturally rise to 70. Pellets inside is ripening and outside slippy, rigid enough, suitable for long-term storage. It is ideal choice for households and small scale feed processing plants.

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