CPM, a leading supplier of process equipment and technology for the animal feed, oilseed, biofuels and human food-processing industries, debuts the world’s largest ring-die pellet mill today at the 2014 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) at the Georgia World Congress Center in
As the leading manufacturer of pellet mills, CPM continues to innovate with the introduction of its new high-capacity, high-pellet-quality mill. The CPM Model 9950-14 is almost 40 percent larger than any other CPM pellet mill, with a 2,198-square-inch die.
“The market demanded a pellet mill with higher capacity that didn’t sacrifice pellet quality or equipment durability,” said
High-capacity operations such as swine and turkey feed mills will benefit from the new pellet mill’s size and output efficiency. And its single-reduction, one-piece, cast-iron gearbox is designed to be directly coupled to a wide variety of commercially available motors, up to 800 horsepower.
Available with popular options such as CPM’s lineator remote roll adjustment and roll speed measurement, the new pellet mill comes loaded with features that increase energy and cost efficiency while mass-producing higher-quality pellets. CPM anticipates the Model 9950-14 will be available for deliveries in fall 2014.
“We’re very excited about the impact this new pellet mill can have upon larger feed mill operations,” Hughes said. “Its capacity and durability mean many owners can essentially replace two pellet mills with one. The savings can be significant.”
The International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) is the world's largest annual poultry, meat and feed industry event of its kind, attracting more than 1,000 exhibitors and 25,000 decision-makers from around the world. The IPPE is a collaboration of three shows—International Feed Expo, International Meat Expo and the International Poultry Expo—representing the entire chain of protein production and processing. The event is sponsored by the
CPM business units include
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