Biosyl is the leader in the production of French biomass and wood pellets and has accepted Dieffenbacher's second ClassiSizer. Biosyl operates one of the country's largest pellet factories, Cosne-Cours-sur, approximately 200 km south of Paris. -Loire.
The newly accepted ClassiSizer offers Biosyl more than 10 tons/hour capacity and is ordered in 2017. The unit can handle heterogeneous raw materials, accept various sizes and different wood types, and produce wood chips. Depending on the machine configuration, it can be processed and dried. , wet or simultaneous treatment of two materials. ClassiSizer produces high quality flakes that can be dried by a roller or belt dryer during downstream production.
Biosyl started its first ClassiSizer in 2013. 'We were very satisfied with the performance of the first machine, so we ordered a second machine in 2017,' said Biosyl owner Antoine De Cockborne. 'Our expectations have been Satisfied,' he added. 'The new ClassiSizer works exactly the same as the previous one, and they together create twice the efficiency.'
In the past five years, Dieffenbacher has delivered a total of four ClassiSizers to France. ClassiSizer provides France with a market-leading technology for the production of log pellets. It is also a unique alternative to the production of particleboard using certain non-traditional raw materials.