Lines of granulation

Lines of granulation

We design and manufacture the lines of granulation of raw minerals, which will find their application in in the industries of pellet production (both wooden and agro), RDF, managing the biogas station post-ferment, production of fodder and fertilizers.

A key element of the line of granulation is the granulator, so its selection is one of more important decisions which are to be made while projecting the line. We conduct professional advisory in this issue, taking into account the needs of the client and type of the granulated raw material.

Types of granulators

The widest application is enjoyed by ring granulators, in which the raw minera lis squeezed through the matrix in the shape of the ring, with  the wholes of a diameter corresponding to the desired diameter of the pellet. Their advantage is a simple construction, easy service and relatively low costs of exploitation.

The rarer alternative are the granulators of flat, immovable matrix which find their application, inter alia, in production of composite fuels, or fertilizers.

Configuration of the line of granulation

Depending on the individual preferences of the client we offer a proper type of configuration: vertical or horizontal.

Vertical configuration constitutes a compact solution. The granulator is placed on the construction above the coller, due to which it occupies a smaller area of the hall. Due to the usage of the gravitation rights, it requires fewer number of transport devices than in case of the horizontal system in which the granulator stands next to the cooler. In addition, it uses less energy and obtained in the granulation process of pellets is characterized by smaller crumble. A small inconvenience may be the need to construct a higher hall and additional steel structures and service platforms. The service and and the service of a vertical granulator are difficult due to the necessity of operation on heights. It can be necessary to use the hoists for matrices, engines, rollers, etc.

Horizontal configuration of the granulator will be perfect in in already existing halls, where it is impossible to raise the roof. The granulator installed in the horizontal system is also much more easier in service and operation. Unfortunately due to its cariety occupies much more and requires additional transport devices which in turn indirectly leads to larger consumption of energy. The pellet obtained from it characterized with larger crumble than in case of vertical configuration.