Manufacturer and exporter of grinder (Air Attrition Mill ) to grind guar gum, wheat whole, soya flour, fish, tamarind flour, psyllium, pigment, dyes, chemicals, animal feeding stuff, calcium, wood flour, sugar, asphalt, adhesives also grinding for industries as pharmaceutical, powder, clays, carbonate, tyre, rubber, polypropylene, dextrose and clay industries.

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1. Check temperature of die and pellet mill when installing the die!
Fitting new respectively cold dies to a warmed up machine can cause problems because steel expands on getting warm. Avoid using force. Hammer strokes may lead to damage. If using a hammer is unavoidable use a 10 cm thick woodblock between hammer and die/machine to cushion the hammer blows.
2. Check the die holder before mounting the die!
Worn out die holders allow the die to move slightly during operation. However small this movement may be it has the effect of heavy hammer strokes upon the die transmitted via the die bolts and keys. This leads to material fatigue and a premature end of the die.
3. Carefully check the die seat on the die holder!
  A loose seat causes hammering in the keyways and bolt holes with same results as above.
4. Pay utmost attention when setting the pressure rollers!
Rollers pressing tightly on the die cause oval deformation. The frequent and rapid change of tension in the rotating die can lead to material fatigue and cracking. -Rollers adjusted too tightly may also cause deformation of the bore hole ends. Capacity is reduced and early wearing out of the die occurs.
5. Protect your die against damages from tramp iron!
Install reliable magnets or, if required, sieve the meal before palletizing. If tramp iron gets into your die remove it immediately.
6. Make it a rule to start every new die with new pressure rollers!
  Used and worn pressure rollers cause uneven pressure on the bore holes. This leads to lower capacity and inferior pellet quality. It is wrong to try to solve this by tightening the position of the rollers. This only leads to deformation of the bore hole ends, as under 4.
7. Preserve the die when not in operation!
Even when stopping only for a short time a fatty meal should be left on the die before stopping. If the die is not to be used for a longer period it should be stored in neutral and stabilized feed oil. That will facilitate restarting of the die, especially when dies with small perforations are concerned.
8. By all means avoid mechanical damage of the bore holes!
  Clogged dies may be drilled out. However, to burn them out is better. Before doing this please contact us for advice to avoid annealing of hardened die.
9. Use a special meal mixture when re-installing a drilled out or burnt out die!
Use an 80:20 mixture of bran to grinding powder. Grinding powder should be 90-100 microns. Dry sand or silicon carbide may be used for this
10. Avoid unnecessary abrasive friction by proper opration and economical running of your pellet mill!
  In order to reach the best possible pellet quality the required thermal energy should initially be taken from the available steam and not from heat generated by friction in the bore hole. Please ask our advice.

Strict Adherence To The Above » 10 Golden Rules Of Die Handling « Will Repay You By A Long Die Life And Excellent Pellet Quality.

Make sure that the rollers are correctly adjusted: the minimum distance from the die must be 0.2 - 0.3 mm. The wrong setting of the rollers can cause the contact between the rollers and the die. This may cause 'roll over' of the holes in the die - deformation and partial closing of the holes
A new die requires a running - in period. Start new dies in a progressive way, at least for the first 20-40 minutes, so as to warm them up slowly. If problems are experienced during start up, operate the die for 20-40 minutes with a mix of bran ,oil(2%) and abrasive powder (2%). When production finished, stop the die after running on oats or maize.
3. When changing dies, carefully assess the condition of the die seating surfaces and of the fixing systems (collar, clamp or wear ring). Careful: if the die is not properly fixed it can break.
If "roll over "of the die on the front area of the holes is observed, check that the wear ring (or the claming ring) of the die holder assembly have not gained excessive allowance. In this case, actually, the rollers might get in touch with the working surface of the die thus damaging it, that is laminating its surface and deforming the entrance of the holes (roll over).
The die clamping rings should be checked every time a new die is put on the machine, especially for those dies designed with big flanges. From experience, in the majority of cases where a die has broken the cause has been due to a worn out or defective clamping ring. Dies running with a defective clamping ring can give rise to strong vibration, die breakage and reduced die life.


            Carefully Examine The Die To :
1. Make sure that the material is evenly distributed across the whole working area.
2. Make sure that all the holes work to the same extent.(by opening the clogged/closed holes if necessary)
Make sure that the inlets to the holes are not damaged as a result of the contact with the rollers or as a result of tramp metal. Restore the countersink of the holes if necessary.
  TRUMATIC ENGINEERS   can produce dies with a wide range of holes diameter From 1, 6 mm to 24 mm.


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