Organic fertilizer manufacturing process and machine composition
A series of processing and processing of organic fertilizer machine can realize the resource utilization of animal manure and straw waste such as chicken manure, sheep manure, cow manure, etc. What are the manufacturing processes of organic fertilizer? What equipment is needed in this production process?
After the compost fermentation is completed, the compost is crushed into powder in the organic fertilizer crusher. The powder is mixed into the organic fertilizer mixer to add auxiliary materials for mixing. After mixing evenly, the compost is put into the granulator to make particles. The particles are sent into the dryer to reduce the moisture content of the particles to 10-20%. After cooling, the compost is sent to the cooler for screening, and the unqualified products are screened out for recycling The belt conveyor enters into the pulverizer again to crush and screen out the finished products, which can be packaged directly.
1. The function of organic fertilizer fermentation overturning machine: it is used to ferment the materials in the fermentation process.
2. Function of organic fertilizer crusher: pulverizing high humidity materials and other raw materials in the production process.
3. Organic fertilizer mixer function: to mix a variety of raw materials.
4. Function of organic fertilizer granulator: the mixed materials are granulated by disc granulator machine (we provide drum granulator, flat die pellet mill, two in one fertilizer granulator, organic fertilizer granulator and other granulating equipment).
5. Function of organic fertilizer dryer: drying granular materials with high humidity.
6. Function of organic fertilizer Cooler: it can quickly cool the dried materials and increase the production efficiency.
7. Function of organic fertilizer screening machine: screen and grade the finished fertilizer.
8. Function of the coating machine: the particles are coated outside to prevent the caking of fertilizer.
9. Function of automatic weighing and packaging machine: quantitative bagging and packaging of finished products.