Monthly Archives: October 2018
Conveyor Choices—Drag, Belt or Pneumatic?
Pellets are a hot item. And that’s a problem—not in terms of economic interest but in terms of their corrosive potential. When pellets pass from the pellet press, they’re hundreds of degrees Fahrenheit. This is problematic for the conveyor that transports them from the press to the pellet cooler infeed chute. Because of the pellet’s […]
Drag Conveyor Paddles: Steel vs. Plastic
A typical drag conveyor comes equipped with steel paddles. Although a standard throughout much of the industry, such a design comes with drawbacks. Steel paddles are expensive, difficult to manipulate, can corrode, bend, and can damage other machines down the line if broken. So, we’ve decided to chuck standard designs and opt for a different […]
Free eBook on DDGS Storage Problems and Solutions
Download Your Free eBook on DDGS Storage Biomass Engineering & Equipment is offering a free, 12-page eBook on DDGS storage problems and solutions. In this resource, we discuss: Common problems with DDGS storage at ethanol plants Safety issues regarding DDGS storage Increasing the volume of DDGS stored Benefits of using modular container bins to […]