Why do the granules processed by my cattle feed production line contain a lot of powder?
1. Possible reasons for a lot of powder in the cattle feed pellets :
(1) Poor process, aging or unmatched equipment, grading screen specifications (grinding particle size, compression ratio, etc.)?
(2) Poor quality of cattle feed making raw materials (over-dried corn, secondary flour = fine bran) or high moisture content of semi-finished products (face: high moisture corn in winter? How to solve it?)
(3) Is the cattle feed formula structure reasonable? Is the amount of fat added? Is it accurate?
2. Solutions you can take:
(1) Improve process parameters: select appropriate compression ratio (according to the moisture content of the semi-finished product), improve steam quality, crush particle size, and adjust the gap of the crusher;
(2) Formula adjustment and improvement: adding binders and reducing the amount of grease added;
(3) Improve the quality of raw materials.