[Gasification] Sawdust in Fan TLUD
energiesnaturals at gmx.de
Sun Jun 5 03:38:27 CDT 2011
Once i saw a video of a chinese cuber on youtube, but I was never able to find
I remember a small , portable machine with a diesel or tractor drive.
There was a belt or chain conveyor which took the hay or whatever up to
thecuber wheels which-in may memory -were conically shaped.
I saw sawdust cubes on a fair in Stuttgart some years ago presented by a
chineese company, but they never answered my mail asking for the origin of the
Would be hard pressed to remember that chinese exhibitors but I still have a
picture of that young lady representing them...
Who knows about chinese cubers ?
Am Sonntag, 5. Juni 2011 07:25:20 schrieb Tom Miles:
> You seem to be describing the Osborn Hay Cuber. US Patent US3963405
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> We new Glen Osborn very well. He was from Moses Lake, Washington. We used
> his cuber at the Straw Utilization Center in Corvallis from 1974-1977. We
> used three Osborne cubers in a facility to treat straw with sodium
> hydroxide and to cube 10,000 tpy straw for export to Japan. We owned one
> for several years after that and used it in California, Oregon and Idaho
> for cubing everything from ensiled food wastes to paper waste for fuel.
> I'll have to check to see what our actual production was.
> The cuber was robust. It was not as efficient as those made later by Warren
> & Baerg. It would take a coarsely shredded or ground material and make a
> fairly hard cube. I am sure that lots of energy was lost in the flailing
> and mixing action of the gears and feed mechanism. It did run smoothly
> when you have a uniformly sized material and ran a proper head of material
> over the gears. Unplugging the dies that are internal to the gears was a
> Tom Miles
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