Go Greener with KMEC Biomass Pellet Mill & Pellet Plant

How to test the pellet

What we should do to test the pellet which produced by the pellet mill is standard or not. You can look up certain details from surface, but you can’t understand the root cause. Then how to test? There are two ways of testing the quality of the pellets below. Let’s have a try.
Biomass Pellet Mill
Please take a container which could hold one-little water at least, and weight the container. Please fill the container with pellets and weight up. Then subtract the net weight of the container. Then weight of pellets divide weight of water. Result of qualified pellet should between 0.6 to 0.7kg per liter. The number is considered as specific gravity. It’s an very important parameter that indicates the pressure is appropriate or not during the process. The parameter of unqualified pellets is below 0.6 and those pellets are easy to break or crush and become powder.
Moisture of standard pellets is below 10% with high density from a mechanics point of view. The simple method of testing the quality is put the pellets in a cup of water. It proved its adequate high density and pellet suffer form enough stress if pellet sink into the water. Nevertheless, the contrary situation proved its low density and poor quality if pellets float on the surface.  From the mechanics point of view, they are low durability and easy to crush into powder.  
Kingman along with the development of biomass energy has earned good reputations for offering client-oriented biomass equipment.   Our primary products include flat die pellet mill,  ring die pellet mill, pellet plant production line etc. We welcomes client from all around the world to consult and cooperate with us in the future.


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