DEBARKING
AND CHIPPING LINES

The lines are mainly designed for debarking and chipping of fuelwood and low-grade logs, which are to be chipped for further processing.

Debarking and chipping
of low-grade logs

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Engineering data of debarking
and chipping lines for low-grade logs

  • The lines are specially designed for debarking of heterogeneous batches and do not require one-by-one log feeding.
  • The capacity depends on the debarker and chipper types, as well as on the desired debarking quality: 80 m³ of logs per hour – for premium pellets and up to 120 m³ of logs per hour – for industrial pellets.
  • Debarking is performed by force of logs rubbing against each other and their contact with teeth of debarking rotors.
  • The type and the model of the chipper are selected with respect to the required capacity.

The solution is perfect for advanced
wood pellet plants.

Effective processes of debarking and
chipping ensure flexibility in point of
raw material with no loss of ready
pellets quality.

Examples of implemented projects

Graanul Invest

Pellet plant in Estonia.

The debarking and chipping line for the pellet manufacture has been in operation since 2015. Capacity 200 thousand m3/year.

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Pellet 4Energia

Pellet plant in Latvia.

Launched in 2016, the debarking line ensures that both sawdust and fuelwood and low-grade logs are used for pellet manufacture.

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Biomass Fuel Vietnam

Pellet plant in Vietnam.

Due to the debarking line, only low-grade logs (acacia, eucalyptus) are used as raw material for pellet manufacture. Launched in 2020.

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