Korea’s Hanwha Orders IMAL PAL Pellet Plant

At the beginning of 2019 IMAL PAL Group signed an important project with Korea’s Hanwha for a new pellet plant in South Korea of 40 t/h capacity, a production of approximately 320,000 t/year. PAL will supply the following machinery and systems (manufactured in Italy): —screening and cleaning system of the chips feeding stream by Dynascreen […]

At the beginning of 2019 IMAL PAL Group signed an important project with Korea’s Hanwha for a new pellet plant in South Korea of 40 t/h capacity, a production of approximately 320,000 t/year.

PAL will supply the following machinery and systems (manufactured in Italy):

—screening and cleaning system of the chips feeding stream by Dynascreen and dry cleaning machines;

—wet and dry wood milling system including hammermills of the Falcon type in its high-performance configuration, complete with screw metering, metal and contaminant removing system through magnetic drum and air selection system;

—after the dryer a screening and cleaning system (Superscreen and Wind Sifter) provides for the reduction of energy consumption in the milling area and at the same time ensures the wood quality having removed all residual contaminants in the wood mix. This important implementation will not only guarantee the pellet quality but also avoid the risks of fire and explosion thanks to the removal of all contaminants that would cause ignition during the milling phase.

—a storage silo equipped with the Extracon type extractor for the storage of dry wood after the dryer;

—eight Volumetric metering systems equipped with DB.4 type screws;

—seven Dynapelletpresses high-performance pelletizing presses fabricated by the PSP division which ensures longer wear life as well as a lower energy consumption per ton output.

Delivery is scheduled for this October.

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