[Gasification] Mk2 Chip Guillotine

darius_tamizi darius_tamizi at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 23 21:43:01 CST 2014

Making wood chip is one issue. Drying the wood chip is another important issue. Any idea how to dry woodchip efficently?

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From: Doug <Doug.Williams at orcon.net.nz> 
Date: 24/01/2014  10:36  (GMT+07:00) 
To: Discussion of biomass pyrolysis and gasification <gasification at lists.bioenergylists.org> 
Cc: Discussion of biomass cooking stoves <stoves at lists.bioenergylists.org> 
Subject: Re: [Gasification] Mk2 Chip Guillotine 

Hi Jason and Colleagues,

Having started this thing, thought I had better try out your idea. I had reservations about the leverage which proved to be right, as the foot push ends up taking a lot more effort. The disc blade has to drop 4" and in doing so, the link point moves out 2". Given time and some $$, I thing the best solution for the actuation would be an air cylinder with a 5 port valve control "if" you needed to process large amounts of specifically sized fuel. Of course you could also use a crank and fly wheel. It's amazing what you can find quite usable in scrap yards.

Doug Williams,

On Tue, 21 Jan 2014 17:56:55 +1300
Jason <urepedese at gmail.com> wrote:

> Doug,
> would your design objective make it feasible to make that cutter foot
> operated with a return spring?
> Closest thing I can find with a short search is a foot operated grommet
> press. http://navyaviation.tpub.com/14218/css/14218_230.htm
> Jason

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