- The benefits of turning bamboo waste into biomass pellets
- If there need binders in wood pellets production?
- Information about the Biomass pellets quality standards
- How to make corn stalks pellets
- African and Asia may soon become biomass pellets exporters
- Why develop biomass pellets business in Latin America
Why need to warm up the Pellet Mill?
The die inside the pellet mill needs to be between 200° and 220° F to properly make a pellet. Of course the temperature necessary to make a pellet will vary from material to material. In order to obtain the proper temperature, the mill needs to be warmed up. If your pellets mill is equipped with a die warmer, simply turn on the die warmer and wait for the die to reach the optimum temperature. This should take approximately 5 minutes. If there is no die warmer equipped on your mill, the die will need to be warmed manually. In order to do so, please follow the following procedure.
Manual die warming procedure
1. Input material must be ideal for pellet production. It must have the proper moisture content and lignin content.
What is Die Conditioning:
A replacement die will be shipped to you in a pre-conditioned state, that is, no material has been run through the die. The following procedure needs to be followed to condition your die for production of pellets.
Die Conditioning Procedure
1. Place receiving bucket at mill discharge.