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Organic fertilizer fermentation production line process

Organic fertilizer production line process:
After the strains and the fermentation raw materials are mixed and fermented, a stacker is used to turn the stack during the fermentation process.
The post-decomposed raw materials are crushed, sieved, and then passed through the elevator to the granulation workshop.
The organic fertilizer is mixed by the raw material premixer and then enters the granulation equipment for granulation.
Next, the granulated organic fertilizer enters the pelleting equipment for rounding.
After rounding, the particles reach the drying drum through the conveyor belt.
The dried particles pass through the conveyor belt to the cooling cylinder for cooling.
The dust generated during the drying and cooling process enters the dust removal equipment through the induced air for dust removal.
The cooled particles then arrive at the dispersing equipment from the conveyor belt.
Then the dispersed organic fertilizer particles pass through the conveyor belt to the quantitative packaging equipment for packaging, and become the finished organic fertilizer.

There are many types of equipment in the above process. For example, one pelletizing unit includes disk pelletizing equipment, rotary drum granulator, extrusion centrifugal pelletizing equipment, and so on. When choosing equipment, an organic fertilizer plant should consider its own plant scale, estimated annual constant, raw material types, etc., and select the most suitable equipment in a targeted manner to maximize the benefits of the organic fertilizer plant.
When building an organic fertilizer plant, the raw material and the market must also be considered. The feces in the raw materials should pay attention to whether hormone residues and heavy metals exceed the standard. The selection of bacteria should pay attention to the activity of the bacteria and the number of effective viable bacteria. For sales, it is necessary to consider the local demand and the convenience of transportation, etc., and comprehensive consideration.