Ring die granulator is a kind of extrusion granulator. Its extrusion process is suitable for granulation of organic fertilizer, feed and other raw materials, and has a unique granulation effect. As a organic fertilizer equipment manufacturer, we produce professional ring die granulator, which is widely used in feed processing and organic fertilizer production. So in the process of using, what should be paid attention to in the ring die granulator, and how to maintain it can prolong the service life of the granulator?
In the production of granular organic fertilizer, powdery raw materials are heated and humidified, extruded in strips from the inner wall through the die hole under the extrusion of rotating ring die and pressing roll, and then cut into the required length of particles by cutting knife. The manufacturer of organic fertilizer equipment reminds you that ring die is the key to the production and processing of ring die granulator, and its quality directly affects the production cost of organic fertilizer equipment and the quality of particles. At the same time, the ring die is also a vulnerable part in the organic fertilizer equipment, so the scientific selection and maintenance of the ring mould is very important for the ring die granulator.
When the roller is used for a period of time, wear will occur, which will affect the accuracy of the ring die, thus affecting the production output of the ring die. It is necessary to repair or replace the new ring die. In the process of using ring die, blockage, wear and tear often occur. At this time, if it is not maintained necessary, it will result in the decrease of organic fertilizer output, increase of energy consumption, and even unexpected phenomena. At this time, the basic maintenance method of the ring die is to flatten the inner surface of the ring die first, and then chamfer it. When replacing the ring die, the oil-bearing material should be filled into the die hole while the die is heated, so that the ring die can reach the best state in the next production.