Dry Type Fish Feed Extruder Machine

by Bonnie C. Fanway Fish Feed Machinery - SEO
Dry type fish feed extruder is suitable for small- or medium-scale fish farms and fish feed industry, for processing shrimp feed, prawn feed, floating fish feed, sinking fish feed pellets and pet feed
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  • Simple structure, widely used, small flooring space, low noise.
  • We can use dry powder materials to make feed pellets without adding extra water into the dry type fish feed extruder. The dry pellet feed is convenient to store.
  • The dry pellet feed is well processed which is easy for the animals to digest. During the process, the pathogenic microorganism and parasites are eliminated.
  • This fish feed pellet extruder also applies to make pellet feed for rabbits, ducks and the like. Whats more, the pellet feed is more economical than the compound mash feed.
  • There are many different press molds you can choose in according to the size of the pellet. The raw materials can be used in producing pellet feed is various.
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Working Principle of Dry Type Fish Feed Extruder
Under the action of the frictional force of the principal axis and flat-die, the compression roller spins. The high temperature between the roller and die ripens the starch of the materials, and the protein becomes congealed. Then the fish feed is extruded from the holes of the die. Fish feed pellets are conveyed out of the extruder. Additionally, we can choose the length of the feed by regulating the angle of the cutting knife.


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