Dive into the details of our Counterflow cooling process, designed to cool pellets after pelletizing to approximately ± 5°C above ambient air temperature. Discover how this precision cooling not only ensures a good Pellet Durability Index (PDI) but also enhances flowability, protects against decay, and minimizes chemical and biochemical reactions.
Counterflow Cooling System
Our Counterflow cooling system is designed to cool pellets with precision. This advanced technology ensures that the temperature of the pellets is brought to ± 5°C above ambient air temperature, a critical factor in achieving optimal feed pellet quality.
Critical Parameters for PDI and Flow Ability
The cooling process is intricately linked to the Pellet Durability Index (PDI) and flow ability. Van Aarsen's Counterflow cooling system is designed to maintain these parameters at optimal levels, contributing to the overall quality and performance of feed pellets.
Decay Protection and Reaction Minimization
Next to PDI and flow ability, our cooling process plays a crucial role in protecting against decay and minimizing chemical and biochemical reactions. This proactive approach ensures that the integrity of the pellets is preserved, maintaining the nutritional value and quality of the feed.
The Van Aarsen counterflow cooling system is designed for cooling pellets after pelletizing back to ± 5°C above ambient air temperature. This is done to achieve a good PDI, flowability, protect against decay and minimize chemical and biochemical reactions.