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                                                                  1. 2019-07-20

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                                                                    1. Cooling is mainly with the cold air to the high temperature of granule feedstuff for cooling, at the same time, and reducing the effect of moisture. The pellet feed produced from the pelletizer can be as hot as 70~90°C, and the moisture content can reach 14~17%. If it is not cooled, the product will not be preserved. After cooling treatment, the feed temperature will drop to nearly room temperature, generally no higher than room temperature 3~5°C, moisture can also meet the national storage standards required by the safe water. Generally, it is not greater than 12.5% in the south and 14% in the north. After cooling, the granules can increase the hardness, prevent mildew and facilitate the transportation and storage of the granules. First. Classification of coolers. According to the different forms of the cooler can be divided into fluidized bed, vibration fluidized bed, drum cooler, horizontal cooler and vertical cooler and other types. Fluidized bed and vibrating fluidized bed have simple structure and are generally used in places with low yield and small cooling range. The drum cooler can be used to cool all kinds of materials, including powder, granule and expanded granule. There are two main types of coolers in the pelletizing section: horizontal and vertical. Horizontal cooler covers a large area, but the height is low, using caterpillar structure. If hot air is used, it becomes a dryer (dry for wet puffed particles). Vertical cooler covers a small area, but it's very high, and it's very easy to take advantage of the height of the plant. Vertical coolers are classified as tower and counter-flow. Since counter-flow is more reasonable in principle of operation, it is now completely replaced b

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                                                                    2. 2019-07-15

                                                                        Inspection of pellet feed quality

                                                                          1. The inspection of pellet feed quality mainly includes: forming rate, pulverization rate (durability), hardness, stability in water (it is required for aquatic feed). In addition, there is a certain requirement for the appearance of the quality of the pellet feed. 1. Forming rate. The forming rate is the proportion of the particle amount and the total amount of the powder after it is pressed. It is a measure of feed formula, quenched and tempered, powder particle size, pressure model etc. comprehensive performance of an index. At the time of the test, we screened the size of a sieve with a diameter of 0.8 times the diameter of the sieve. Generally, the forming rate is required to reach above 95%. If it fails to reach this standard, the reason must be found out for improvement. 2. Pulverization rate (durability). The pulverization rate (durability) indicates the solidity of the particles and their ability to withstand various handling and handling processes without being damaged. During the test, the pulverization rate was measured by a tester (chamber method). To get the sample of 500 grams passing through the sieve, the sample is in the box, spinning at 50 revolutions per minute for ten minutes, then pouring the sample over the weight, and the powder should be less than 5% qualified. 3. Hardness. Hardness is the ability of a particle to withstand stress
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                                                                                      1. Factors affecting particle quality

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                                                                                        There are many factors affecting particle quality, mainly including the following five aspects: 1. Formulation. The effect of the formulation is most likely to be about 40%. Some raw materials are easy to be made into particles, and some raw materials are not easy to be made into particles, so formula is crucial to particle quality. However, the cost of raw materials accounts for about 80% of the total cost, so the decision of formula is closely related to the price of feed. The addition of oil in the powder can increase the output and reduce the power consumption, but the proportion of the addition cannot exceed 3% in general, otherwise the particles will be too loose or not easy to form particles. 2. Powder particle size The influence of particle size is about 20%. The power particle size of the powder or the inclusion of other large raw materials has a bad effect on the granulation efficiency and quality. It is generally recommended that the ideal particle size distribution of livestock and poultry feed is as follows: Above 3mm -------- -- not more than 1%. (less is better) Above 2mm -------- -- not more than 5%. Above 1mm -------- about 20%.

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