Pelletizing Processes

The principle behind pelletizing processes (also known as agglomeration) is the opposite of grinding technology: it consists of gathering together or clustering fine solid particles in order to form elements of larger dimensions (spheres, bricks or even cylindrical pellets).

There are two main pelletizing methods:

The effeciency of the operation often depends on the mechanical stability of formed pellets (crush test, attrition test, etc.).

The main advantages of granulation are the densification of the material, which enables storage and transportation costs to be cut, providing easier handling of the material and even improving its fluidity.

CTP has various equipment of pilot-scale such as a pelletizing disc, an Eirich mixer and even a granulator press (Khal) to perform tests on mineral materials and also on plastic or organic substitute fuels.

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