Cleaning and drying
With a WiPa dosing container, a wide variety of materials such as film chips, fibers, foams, etc. are reliably fed to the downstream processes with only a low energy input. The success of the WiPa dosing containers are the innovative conveyor rails, which, when the conveyor rails move forward, allow the slides to fold out, thus powerfully conveying the material in the discharge direction.
Automatic distance adjustment
Automatic control of the speed of the roller wheels
The speed of the pan grinder wheels is controlled fully automatically and synchronously with the feed. Recipe preselection for a specified PELLET quality. Recipes allow variable material distribution between the pan grinder impellers and variable material strokes in the die, ensuring consistent pellet quality.
The die cooling
If the temperature specification is exceeded, cooling with adjustable range of the die is automatically switched on. If the material pressure between the pan grinder and the die does not drop to the specified pressure, e.g. for wood, paper and biowaste, a liquid/water mist device with adjustable metering can be switched on automatically. Furthermore, other liquids can be dosed which positively enhance the pelleting process.
- Switching on the die cooling device according to the temperature preset range
- Connection of water mist device
The speed of the knock-off device located under the die can be continuously adjusted,
whereby different individual lengths of the pellets can be generated.
An automatic function monitoring with oil cooling, overload protection with soft start incl. Reversing control of the pan grinder head is standard. A round silo with discharge cone and soulless, output-controlled discharge screw is used for uniform metering of the material quantity.
Outstanding processing diversity
All data at a glance
37 – 45 KW
Pan grinder diameter
Die hole diameter
4 – 16 mm
5 – 25 mm
approx. 1800 Kg
up to 600 Kg/h input
(depending on bulk density and pellet diameter)
Throughput rates and technical data are empirical values and may vary depending on the material.