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2014 Unknown Pellet Mill

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Dual Roller Debarker with Log Conveyors Log breakdown includes: Chipper, chip/sawdust hopper with auger feed, chip/sawdust conveyors Prater 1-ton/hour rotary air lock 40' Rotary dryer with heat stove, ember filter, Cincinatti 8400 cfm feed fan, cyclone, Cincinatti 10000cfm exhaust fan Chip/dust conveyor with magnet Hammermill includes: Replacement screens and hammers, suction fan, cyclone, airlock 3-Ton storage bin Pellet mill with spare rollers, bearing, (2) softwood dies (one never used), (2) hardwood dies Pellet conveyor with magnet Pellet cooler and cyclone with airlock Screen Bucket elevator Bagging machine All electronics/controls Includes: (2) Spare conveyors, spare auger, 10,000 blank 30 lbs pellet bags Will need 5-6 containers for shipping
Equipment Location:NC
Carolina Machinery Sales, Inc
704-288-1904
Pellet Manufacturing System, built in 2008 and later, comprised of the following major components: -- (2) Prepared material receiving and chained flighting, live-bottom feeding bins. -- Wood and polyethylene mixer (AKA “Ag mixer”). -- Various transfer and connecting screw and belt conveyors. -- (2) Custom-designed and custom-built Pellet presses. -- (2) Screw-bottom material feeding bins to feed pellet presses. -- (1) Bliss Model 12-289-G pellet cooler designed for larger pellet product. -- Low Pressure Pneumatic System comprised of high efficiency cyclone, DYNAMIC FAN CORP. Model OPW-19 with 50 HP Fan. -- (2) Electrical Control Containers each unitized and housing Programmable Logic Control (PLC), Input/Output (I/O) panel, CUTLER-HAMMER Motor Control Center (MCC) Cabinets with motor starters and disconnects and Main Distribution Panel (MDP), WONDERWARE HMI control software. -- The pellet presses are designed like a briquetter with a hydraulic plunger pushing material through the plate die. The die could be changed to make square or round briquettes. Currently, the pellets are approximately 1 inch in diameter. Dies are made in a local machine shop for low cost replacements. -- This system works nicely and the pellets were used to replace coal at a paper manufacturing plant. The pellet machines and system were designed by an engineer at the paper plant based upon known equipment. -- Material was dried in an MEC rotary drum dryer at the site. That machinery is listed as DB-010242 on our website.
Equipment Location:MIDWEST, AL
EX-FACTORY INC.
704-841-2001