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What is the Influence of Raw Material on Feed Pellet Producti

Old 05-04-2014, 02:54 AM
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In feed pellet production, how to offer the peak performance and maximum productivity have grown to be common concerns for the pellet producers and customers. Many factors modify the normal play of feed pellet machine, raw material for feed pellet isn't any exception. feed_pellets Granularity of Raw Material For that recycleables, the finer granularity, the larger superficial area. Therefore, the steam could be absorbed fast, achieving high output. However, the recycleables with too fine granularity could be pelletized into brittle feed pellets. Too big granularity will accelerate the put on of curler and die, boost the energy consumption minimizing the output. Bulk Density of Raw Material Generally, the greater bulk density of recycleables, the greater output. Therefore, when choosing the recycleables, aside from the dietary requirement, the majority density of raw material ought to be also taken into account. Moisture Content of Raw Material In pelletizing process, water is conductive to create a water film around the material particle surface, therefore the recycleables can go through the die easily and also the service existence of curler could be prolonged. When the moisture submissions are excessive, we have to reduce the additive quantity of water when pelletizing, or even the pelletizing temperature is going to be affected, thus affecting the output and excellence of feed pellets. Besides, the fabric may slip between your curler and die, inducing the blockage. Generally, the moisture submissions are under 13% before conditioning. various_feed_pellet Different Formulas of Raw Material * The types of materials rich in starch content could be pelletized easily in hot temperature and moisture content. After conditioning, the types of materials obtain certain viscosity, that is help for pellet developing. * The recycleables rich in crude fiber content could be glued easily, which could lower the proportion of powdered pellets while increasing the output. However, when the crude fiber submissions are greater than 10%, the fabric may block the die, accelerate the put on minimizing the output. * After heated, the recycleables rich in protein content possess a strong plasticity and great viscosity. When pelletizing, we ought to add enough powdered materials and correct amount of urea. The urea gets to be more soluble because the temperature increases. Water is going to be dissolved by urea to improve the moisture content, so you can easily make the blockage. Therefore, we ought to add little if any water when pelletizing. * The warmth-sensitive feed have the great majority of dried skim milk, milk sugar, whey protein powder, etc. After heated, the viscosity of warmth-sensitive feed is going to be elevated, that is conductive to improve the output. However, once the temperature surpasses 60??, the types of materials is going to be coked, even block the die. Therefore, we are able to add tepid to warm water when conditioning. * The inorganic feed haven't much viscosity and poor pelletizing performance. Therefore, a tiny bit of binder should be included to enhance the pelletizing performance.
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