Farms need to set up organic fertilizer plants: what equipment should be bought?

Farms need to set up organic fertilizer plants: what equipment should be bought?

Organic fertilizer equipment particle configuration: fermentation dumper, automatic forklift silo, organic fertilizer grinder, horizontal mixer, stirring tooth granulator, dryer, cooler, drum screening machine, packaging equipment, belt conveyor, etc. .

Organic fertilizer equipment powder configuration: fermentation dumper, automatic forklift silo, organic fertilizer grinder, horizontal mixer, disc granulator, dryer, drum screening machine, packaging equipment, belt conveyor, etc.

Process flow of organic fertilizer equipment:

The first step: fermentation. Collect poultry manure, mix it with hay and decaying silage, etc. to make compost, and let it ferment. In the fermentation process, the pile turning machine is used to fully ferment the pig manure. This can only be achieved by turning the pile in time and evenly. If some places are very dry and some places are very wet, this will affect the quality of fermentation.

The second step: the ingredients are crushed and mixed. Use the batching bin to pulverize, proportion and mix the composted materials, N, P, K and other inorganic fertilizers, and other additives and other raw materials in a certain proportion through a material pulverizer and a horizontal mixer.

The third step: granulation. A new type of organic fertilizer granulator is used to granulate the material.

The fourth step: screening and recycling system. The pellets output from the pelletizing and molding system have certain differences in particle size, and need to be sieved and classified. The selected rotary screening machine requires low vibration, low noise, convenient screen change, and is equipped with a screen surface cleaning device. It is recommended to be equipped with an automatic return system to screen out unqualified large and small particles, convey them through a belt elevator, and send them to the pelletizer to continue pelleting after re-pulverization, which helps to improve the continuous operation capacity of the production line.

The fifth step: drying. Use an organic fertilizer dryer to further remove water from the sieved particles to meet the standard requirements of organic fertilizer moisture content.

The sixth step: cooling. Use a cooler to cool the granular material, which is helpful for the storage and quality of the granules.

The seven step: Packaging