What you may want is raw-material and a pellet ring die. The procedures for all these substances are similar.
This measure may not be required if you’re using good sawdust.
Another step will be to dry the stuff. To find the best quality pellets your stuff should be-at about 10% – 20% dampness content. To find the best quality pellet ring die the water content should be 1 5%.The lower the wet the more effective the pellet will combust. But the substance needs a specific quantity of wet for the pellet producing procedure.
For some substances you are going to need to add binders such as for example vegetable oil as a way to bind the pellet together. But with several substances like softwoods they include enough normal lignins to bind the pellet.
Next a roller press the substance through the dies and will roll across the substance with excellent pressure. The dies are funnel-shaped holes that taper down to how big the completed pellet ring die. These binders become a paste that can hold the pellet together.
Since the pellet ring die are shaped they’re going to have to be cooled. The most easy method to cool them will be to spread them out and let them to cool normally.
Pellet ring die will be made by just about any pellet mill so that you can make quality pellets that can operate correctly in your pellet stove but you’ll want the appropriate knowledge on ringdie.