Introduction of AZSP-300D Flat Die Pellet Machine
Our flat die pellet machine with a 300mm diameter die is diesel engine powered. The capacity of this pellet machine is relatively larger than other five mini pellet machines. AZSP-300D diesel flat die pellet press machine can not only process the feedstuff for animals, such as chicken, ducks, pig and fish, but also can turn the combustible biomass residues such as grasses, stalks, straws, peanut shells, husks, sawdust, wood wastes into fuel pellets. These biomass fuel pellets can be burned in pellet burner, pellet stove or pellet boiler. AZSP-300D pellet machine is the first choice for those customers who only want small quantity of pellets for home use.
Features of AZSP-300D
This small pellet machine, characterized by reasonable structure, easy & safe operation, small size and affordable price, is very suitable for families, self-employed pellet producers and farmers.
Specifications of AZSP-300D Flat Die Pellet Machine
|Model||H.P.||Capacity||Flat die Dia.(mm)||Dimension|
|AZSPLM300AD||30||Wood pellets 220-280 kg/h||300||1200*520*1050|
|AZSPLM300BD||35||Wood pellets 250-300kg/h||300||1200*520*1050|
How to Select a Pellet Stove for Home Heating?
If you want to buy our pellet machine for making wood pellets for home heating, the clean-burning pellet stove is necessary for you. The pellet stove can offer higher level of energy efficiency than traditional wood stoves and fireplaces, and produce virtually no smoke. Here are some factors you should consider when choosing a pellet stove for home heating.
Types of pellet stove
There are two basic models of pellet stove, namely freestanding unit and fireplace inserts.
The size of pellet stove
Choosing a unit that produces much heat for your home is a waste of money and can make your home uncomfortably warm while a unit that is too small will not supply enough heat. A stove rated at 60,000 BTUs can heat a 2,000 square foot home.
The cleanup of ash
Top-fed stoves often fill with ash and require a great deal of cleanup and the bottom-fed stoves where the pellets are fed from the base of the stove which makes it easier to push ash out.
Most pellet stoves have an auto-start ignition for easy operation. If there is power failure, you will not be able to use your stove.