Wood Chipper and Crusher and Hammer Mill in the Pellet Production line

BY James Wang
Good preparation is always advisable in starting a complete wood pellet production line. A pellet mill can not satisfy all. It is helpful to learn how to prepare the materials needed in pellet processing when starting a complete wood pellet production line. Firstly you should have a clear understanding about the material size that you are going to process. For there two major machines which are used to cut material into smaller size that suitable to feed into pellet mill, which are wood chipper or wood crusher and hammer mill.

Pellet Production

Wood Chipper and Crusher

The drum wood chipper is ideal equipment for pellet mill production line which used to process logs, square blocks, wood staff etc. This machine is widely used in crushing raw wood with size less than 200mm (diameter). After crushing, the output size can reach diameter 3-5 mm, which is suitable for further processing. The chipper works with the cutting disc for cutting high-speed rotation, in the cutting room the cutting cutter blades cut the wood chips on the high-speed as flow generated sent.

Hammer Mill

The hammer mill is a machine whose purpose is to crush materials by the collision between the high-speed hammer and materials. It is suitable for milling raw material like tree branch, cotton stalk, corn stalk, wheat straw etc. with size less than 50mm(diameter). After milled, the output size can reach diameter 3-5 mm, then it is suitable for further processing.

Hammer Mill

The fundamental theory is simple. A hammer mill is actually a steel drum consists of a vertical or horizontal rotating shaft or drum on which hammers are mounted. The hammers swing on the ends of the cross freely, or fixed to the central rotor. The rotor is spun at a high speed inside the drum while material is fed right into a feed hopper. The material is impacted by the hammer bars and is thereby shredded and expelled through screens in the run of a selected size.

But these machines have many sorts of applications in many industries. It is not an easy job for us to find a suitable equipment to fit the line of wood pellet producing. Our company specially designed the hammer mill for biomass pellet processing e.g. wood chips, paddy straw, sunflower stalk, forestry waste, and many other wastes or solid powder material can be processed. So it is quick, complete and accessible to all working parts for easy service.

Hammer Mill

Our machine also has following features:

1) Unique inlet air way avoids circumfluence phenomenon during crushing process
2) Optimized hammer array, hummer gap adjusted
3) quick-start full opening operation door, easy to maintain and replace sieve
4) Enlarged space to enlarge capacity
5) Use Japan "NSK" bearing to guarantee the working life; the nylon stick coupling drives
6) Slide-type gate to let seal more stable, operation more convenient
7) Fit for mill pellet and powder feed material
Our machine

We understand that many factors must be considered when choosing the right size reduction equipment. Our aim is to match you with a mill suitable for your specific material and processing goals. From portable laboratory scale units to complete turn-key industrial systems, our expert engineering team will work with you to design a size reduction solution for your unique processing objective.

If you are interested in hammer mill or pellet mill, pellet making consultant can give you more for free.

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