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Site planning of organic fertilizer plant

In the planning of fertilizer processing sites, organic fertilizer plants should separate the access channels of raw material storehouse and finished product storehouse, so as to avoid the pollution of raw material transportation to organic fertilizer after processing. Fermentation site for tank fermentation, the raw materials sent daily directly into the fermentation tank. When the fermentation time of each batch is calculated well, the number of fermentation tanks should be more than that of fermentation tanks needed to be calculated according to the fermentation time for special use. Fertilizer plants should have a storage site for decomposed materials to buffer the imbalance between the input and output of raw materials and finished organic fertilizers, and play the role of post-ripening of fermentation.

The main and auxiliary materials of organic fertilizer fermentation are put into the fermentation tank together, and the raw materials are turned by the compost turner machine, which plays the roles of turning, stirring and dispersing. After fermentation, the material is put into the decaying storage, and then into the deep processing workshop of the organic fertilizer production line. Organic fertilizer is further processed and directly entered into the finished fertilizer depot for shipment and sale. The organic fertilizer plant designed in this way has smooth layout, short logistics, short transportation distance and neat plant area.
organic fertilizer plant

The following points should be paid attention to in the planning of production workshop of organic fertilizer plant
(1) The office area should be as far away from the fermentation yard as possible, and the office area should be in the upper air outlet.
(2) Choosing appropriate process equipment, using the turner in the fermentation process, the compost turner machine has the functions of stirring and smashing, which avoids the storage and transshipment of raw materials caused by the treatment of raw materials.
(3) Logistics should be smooth, brief, interlocking, and intra-factory transportation should not be overlapping as far as possible.
(4) The raw material channel is independent and separated from the main channel.