IFF's pelleting of compound feed practical course is Sept. 5-6 in Germany.
BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY – The IFF’s Research Institute of Feed Technology’s pelleting of compound fee practical course from Sept. 5-6 will include lectures and practical exercises on pelleting at the institute’s pilot plant in Braunschweig, Germany.

In practical tests, different measuring and test methods will be introduced. The participants will learn how to improve the handling and control of the pelleting process in daily practice with simple means.

The course is ideal for employees who are directly involved in the pelleting process and can influence significantly the essential quality properties of the produced pellets (abrasion stability, moisture) by their technical know-how and experience.

The participation in this course is especially recommended for the training and further education of those who have entered the compound-feed industry from other industries.

The course will cover agglomeration; measurement and pellet quality; steam generation; operating parameters for pelleting; cooling; stability of additives; energy management; and practical parts: pelleting and pellet quality I and II.

A practice consultant of an international operating company for pellet mills will be available to answer questions about pelleting. Questions can be taken in advance.

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