corn grinder for chicken feed,cattle feed,chicken feed grinder for sale

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It is a crucial stage to crush the materials for making fish feed. The crushing process enlarges the surface area of the raw materials which can help to increase the solubility of the feed in digestive juice and promote the digestion of the animal. Meanwhile, the particle size of the materials will greatly influence the quality and complexity in later processing phase, such as granulation. As crushing process accounts for 50%-70% of the total power consumption in making compound powder feed, the crushing efficiency, to a large extent, determines the production cost. Investors take it as an important factor in valuing production cost, fish feed quality and price of the feed. Our droplet corn grinder for chicken feed and cattle feed is able to crush the raw materials of all granular animal feed, such as corn, sorghum, grains, legume, smashed cake, and other materials. the corn grinder for cattle feed and chicken feed is specially designed to the fine grinding of cellulose materials, and those materials with high content of waster and oil. It is an irreplaceable fish feed machine in floating fish feed, sinking fish feed and pet feed making process.

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1. The raw material enters into crushing chamber through feed hopper and is held there until it is reduced to the size of the openings in the screen , and there are flailing hammers spinning very fast and close to a perforated screen.
2. Under the drive of airflow, the broken material is moving along the rotor outer-edge and has a continuous collision and friction against the hammer, toothed plate and sieve, then the broken material is crushed. Once the particle size below the diameter of the screen holes, feed powder will pass through the screen.
3. The feed particle discharge to the fan, and products are blown through the cyclone and delivered into storage bags under the suction force of working fan.