Feed Pellet Cooler

by Daisy L. Marketing
This counter flow pellet cooler is widely used to cool finished pellets with high temperature or high humidity. It adopts counter flow cooling theory, and pellets can be cooled completely.
Recommended Features
  • It adopts air-lock valve for feeding and ensures a large air inlet area, thus reaching an outstanding cooling effect.
  • Special rotary product distributing mechanism results in even product distribution and more complete cooling.
  • Due to its slide valve reciprocation type discharge mechanism, it is featured by stable and reliable movement.
  • Low power consumption, easy operation.
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Review on Feed Pellet Cooler

Main Parts and Functions of Pellets Cooling Machine

The discharging system is going among the whole surface of our cooler. It is sealed against granules and opens for fresh air.
On the cooler head there is one connection for aspiration tubes included manual flap to regulate the velocity of air.
Due to the pelting process the pellets get filled in the top by passing the airlock and collected in the cooler center part until the second level indicator is reached.
The cooling time is adjusted by changing distance of level indicator.

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