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Electric Flat Die Wood Pellet Machine

by Luckstar Cc web designer
Taking customers feedback and energy market into consideration, we have absorbed the technique and brought it into wood pelletizing field.
Recommended Features
  • The pellet mill is made of wear-resistant material thus having a long service life.
  • Able to change new die and rollers fast and conveniently.
  • Small and light weight which make it widely used in home,small farm,and light industrial.
  • Visibility of the material during pelleting is the best way to fix problems timely.
  • Environmental friendly; energy-saving and low noise.
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Review on Electric Flat Die Wood Pellet Machine

Flat Die Wood Pellet Machine-a New Field
Originally designed to make feed pellets, flat die pellet mill was popular in early years. Taking customers feedback and energy market into consideration, we have absorbed the technique and brought it into wood pelletizing field. For the users who just want to recycle their agricultural waste such as corn stalk, rice husk, wheat bran,etc, investment in flat die wood pellet mill is a desirable and wise choice.
Wood Pelletizing Process of Flat Die Pellet Mill
Wood pellets are produced by compressing the biomass material which is first grinded to provide a uniform dough-like mass. Then the mass is fed to a pelletizing chamber and formed pellets through a die with holes of the required size. The high pressure of the press makes the temperature of the wood increase greatly and the lignin slightly forms a natural "glue" which is a substance that holds the pellet together. The size of pellets is generally kept to be about 6mm diameter and 25mm length in the form of a cylinder. Of course, we can customize dies with different die holes.

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