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Oak Pelletizer Is Exported To Taiwan

Taiwan Mr. Ge bought a 300 model oak pelletizer machine, used for making a barbecue with small bags (250~350 kg/hour) of oak particles.

Pricing is an important strategy to attract customers as we try to ensure that our machines are of high quality and reasonably priced.

A trial run is arranged before shipment to ensure the best granulation results. The raw material for this test is oak block.

Before granulating, they are processed into sawdust. The moisture content of oak shavings is about 12.3%.

The result was quite satisfactory. After packaging, the oak pelletizer is sent to our customer.

Oak grain has been put into production for many years, with the increasing customer base and steadily popular. 

Because of its poor adhesion, as it contains a very low resin percentage, oak granules are extruded using a wood pelletizer. 

To make good oak granules, it is recommended to use 100% pure oak.

Hardwood oak pellets burn cleanly and do not stain the chimney compared to pellets made from Ridgewood or spruce. 

This is further enhanced by the fact that hardwood pellets do not contain adhesives, adhesives, or other added chemicals.

Fuel pellets: oak and coniferous wood

The oak grains have a light brown color due to the raw material used.

However, particles can sometimes take on a darker color, and it actually never translates to inferior particles, as this is a common misconception.

Oak granules are very high in calories, up to 18.51 megajoules per kilogram of granules.

This property allows the particles to burn 30 percent longer than conifer particles. They also have a very low ash content, which further makes these particles attractive.

Choose the best quality oak pelletizer

When choosing the best quality wood pellet machine, first pay attention to the color and shape of the product particles, and always check the uniformity of the color of the particles.

Another aspect is to check whether the particles that are considered to be quality particles should have a luster and no spots on their surface.

They should also be compact. Another aspect to examine is the type of technology used to make the pelletizer.

Quality is directly dependent on technology, as superior technology ensures the highest quality particles.

The technology ensures that the final particle is firm and compact, and as always the principle is that the harder the particle, the better the technology used.