10 - 14 May
Conventional wood pelleting plants generally consist of individual machines, which are typically assembled on-site in a building to form a complete plant. The advantages lie in the use of tried-and-tested equipment, which at the same time enables individual throughput and system configuration design. However, the time and effort required for assembly and installation of the system, in conjunction with the resulting costs, is considerable.
This is precisely where the PelletsCUBE concept comes into its own. The entire system is installed in the factory within six standard container frames, which can be assembled on site to form a complete production system in a very short period of time. This saves time and money.
This, of course, includes the complete plant control system and electrical installation, as well as the compressed air supply, cooling systems and safety engineering.
Wood pelleting in all its facets
The length of the wood pellets must be between 3.15 mm and 40 mm according to DIN EN 14961-2. The aim is to achieve a higher share of pellets of the same length ...