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FACTORS INFLUENCING PELLET QUALITY

@inproceedings{Behnke2013FACTORSIP,
  title={FACTORS INFLUENCING PELLET QUALITY},
  author={Keith C. Behnke},
  year={2013}
}
In terms of pellet mill operations, the conditioning process has greater influence on pellet quality than does die specification. A great deal of attention must be paid to steam quantity and control, moisture content, retention time and mixing action within the conditioner. In general, most feed manufacturers have not optimized the conditioning process but try to solve pellet quality issues using a thicker die. While this often results in improved quality, we often see an unacceptable drop in… 

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