120A Household Pellet Mill
Specification of WHIR-120A Household Pellet Mill
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WHIR-120A Pellet Mill for Home Use
Powered by diesel engine, WHIR-120A flat die pellet mill is the smallest pellet mill that we provide. Its small size and diesel engine make it movable and very convenient to move around. Therefore, it is proper for small scale pellet production at home, on the farm, in the yard or outside in the open air. WHIR-120A pellet machine can process a wide range of raw materials like wood chips, agricultural straws and stalks, sawdust, and other biomass materials into fuel pellets. Besides, it is applicable for pressing the grains like corn, broomcorn, wheat, etc. into feed pellets for animals.
Advantages of WHIR-120A Diesel Pellet Mill
* Wide applicability, small floor coverage, convenient operation.
* Perfect alternative for making pellets in the electricity lacking areas.
* Flat die is made of cast steel, long service life.
* The length of pellets can be adjusted conveniently.
* It has strong adaptability for working place.
Structure Features of WHIR-120A Pellet Machine
☆ Compact size make it more portable than other pellet mills.
☆ Designed with a clutch, ensuring quick stop in case of emergency.
☆ Trapezoidal grooves of rollers can effectively avoid the blockage when pelletizing.
☆ Adopts high-quality imported bearings and oil seal, stable and reliable performance, low noise.
☆ Electric starter can be installed if needed.
How to Deal with the Raw Materials before Pelletizing?
Raw Material Size: The proper diameter of raw materials for pelletizing is 3-5mm. If the raw materials are larger than 5mm in diameter, they need to be crushed before pelletizing. Then a crusher or hammer mill is needed.
Moisture Content: The moisture content of raw materials is an essential factor that influences the final pellets quality. The most suitable moisture content for pelletizing is 12%-20%. If the raw materials contain too much moisture, they need to be dried before pelletizing. Otherwise the materials will block die holes, lowering the production efficiency.
Purity: Some metal scraps or stones may contain in the raw materials. If such impurities enter into the pellet mill, they will damage the roller and die, and consequently increasing the production cost. So the unpurified materials should be removed before pelletizing.