Pelletizing Technical Articles
Article published the May 24, 2011:
To substantially improve extruder performance in aquafeed production, in recent years Muyang Group made research efforts in five aspects and gained some achievements : to increase energy efficiency of extruder,...
Article published the November 3, 2010:
The primary objective of pelleting is to produce a palatable, high quality product with minimum production expense. Manipulation of the feed pellets during the storage, transporting, and transfer to feeding lot...
Article published the October 25, 2010:
During the feed pelleting process conditioned feed mash is passing through the pellet press die where animal feed pellets are formed by rheological properties of the mash and different mechanical ...
Article published the July 20, 2009:
Objectives:I. To evaluate the efficiency of Pelcon on physical qualities of pelleted feed pertaining to:
Strength as hardness & Durability
Density & Solubility
Article published the November 20, 2008:
Numerous studies on growth and digestibility have demonstrated the benefits of non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) degrading enzymes in poultry and pigs, which have led to a wide adoption of feed enzymes in the fe...
Article published the November 5, 2008:
An experiment was conducted at Research & Development Centre, Islamabad Feed Mills, Rawat, Pakistan, from July 26 to September 01, 2007.The trial used 4,356 day old broiler chicks and was conducted to 35 da...
Article published the June 19, 2007:
Feed is too expensive to waste, so pellet quality has an economic value. There are a number of excellent methods to objectively measure and record the quality of pellets during the manufacturing process. This i...
Article published the September 12, 2006:
The advantages of feeding a pelleted feed over mash have been documented in the
industry for many years. The advantages include the following:
Increased bulk density
The following article is a special
collaboration from AFMA (Animal Feed Manufacturers Association) www.afma.co.za
We thank their kind support.
Developing a full understanding of pellet quali...