Nov 05, 2018
diesel pellet mill
The diesel pellet mill is primarily for farm use. It is widely used for making pellets by people who do not have easy access to electricity, especially in rural areas or in the fields. Besides, using diesel oil also can decrease the production cost.
The diesel pellet mill is also a small pellet making machine, since its capacity is just 50-45kg/h. there are 2 types of diesel pellet making machines: D-type and R-type (learn differences between these 2 types of pellet making machines).
Specifications see below
D-type small pellet making machine
|Model Number||Power(Hp)||Output(kg/h)||N.W./G.W.(kg)||Packing Size(mm)|
R-type small pellet making machine
|Model Number||Power (Hp)||Output (kg/h)||Weight (kg)||Package Size (mm)|
Raw materials can be sawdust, bamboo shaving, corn stalk, rice straw, wheat straw, cotton stalk, bean stalk, rice husk, grass, alfalfa, wheat bran, etc.
What are the raw materials for diesel engine pellet making machine?
Small pellet making machine advantages
It has scientific and reasonable structure covering small area. It also has low noise.
It has high productivity and low energy consumption (compared with industry average).
This diesel pellet mill has high pellet forming rate. The pellets made by this machine have high hardness, smooth surface and easy to store and transport.
For making biomass pellets as fuel, GEMCO has various die holes ranging from Ø6- Ø10 to meet your requirement. The compression ratio (which determines the forming effect of pellets) of the die hole is designed in accordance with your raw material in order to realize the best pelletizing result.
The machine is easy to operate and maintain with excellent safety.
It can be used in any places: in the farm, near your field, at home, in the workshop, etc.
The whole body of the pellet making machine is casted, so that the structure is solid and can be used for many years.
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