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1.Where you go to buy good quality wood pellet machine in China.

Nowadays many overseas importers have confusion facing hundreds and thousands of Chinese wood pellet machine suppliers from B2B sources or Google. From Geographic point of view, best wood pellet machine suppliers concentrate in Southeast part of China, this Geography represents:

1.Highest level development of economy in China, namely, richest place in China. 

2.Having highest standard of manufacturing, 

3.Huge investment of R&D for sustainable development, 

4.Most talent experts and profession workers, best tooling machines. 

So go to Southeast part of China to find qualified wood pellet machine supplier. 

2.How to choose qualified wood pellet machine supplier in Southeast part of China.


1.When suppliers’ hardware reaches same level, the most comparable part is software incl. management, credit, culture, value. Test suppliers’ software before business. 

2.Seeing is believing, try to avoid dealing with trader who you are not familiar, in case of fraud. Visit supplier if you can. 

3.Good company always hires best sales manager, good sales manager means fully communication, fully understanding, fully support, and always give good solutions at any times to solve client problems. 


Make sure that the rollers are correctly adjusted: the roller to die distance must be o.2mm-0.3mm. A bad roller setting can cause contact between rollers and die. This may cause“ rollover”on the die hole- deformation and partial blockage of the holes.

A new die requires arunning-in period. Start new die progressively, at least for the first 20-40 minutes, so they warm up slowly. If problems are encountered during start up, operate the die for 20-40 minutes with a mix of bran, oil (2%). When production is finished, only stop the die after running it on oats or maize.

When changing dies, carefully inspect the condition of the die seating surface and the fixing system( i.e. collar, clamp or wear ring). N.B.: if the die is not properly fixed it can break.

The die clamping ring should be checked every time a new die is mounted on the machine, especially for dies with large flanges. Experience shows that the majority of broken dies are caused by worn out or defective clamping rings. Dies running with a defective clamping ring can create strong vibrations, broken dies and a reduced die lifespan.