Jan 14 2015
Chipping is one of the most common operations in the production of biofuels. Chipping is done with machines using sharp knife blades. Fuels that are chipped have often only small amounts of impurities because if stones had been in the raw material the blades had ben damaged and therefore increased the cost of the operation and also slowed down the capacity. Raw material that are contaminated by impurities are therefore crushed instead of chipped.
Chippers and crushers can be found under category f1 and f2
The image above shows the CBI Magnum Force 8400 accommodates 2-knife and 4-knife pocket assemblies to become one of the World’s largest and most productive drum chippers.