A flat die pellet plant is a machine that is used to create pellets from powder. This can be anything from wood to fodder. It is important to understand how the plant works and know how to choose the best for your needs. Here is a guide that you will find useful.
How it works
To form the pellets a high pressure is applied on the powdered material. The main part of the plant or mill is the flat die which is a flat plate that has small holes. These holes are responsible for the making of the compressed material in pellets. The diameter of each hole ranges from 6 to 8mm so you choose the one that is best for you. The other crucial part is the roller which is made of metal alloys making it very strong and non-breakable. There are two or three rollers in one flat die pellets plant.
The working principle of the flat die pellet mills is based on circular movement. It could be powered by an electric motor, PTO or gasoline. A belt pulley is powered by this force and rotates driving the axis. With this rotation the flat die is rotated the roller pushes the powder under pressure through the holes which leads to pellet formation. In another type of flat die plant it is the roller that moves while the flat die remains stationary. Either way, there is a cutter that frees the formed pellet from the flat die.
Choosing Flat Die Pellet Plant
- Raw materials
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