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What is the cost to set up npk fertilizer plant?

 Whether it is to build an organic fertilizer plant or an NPK compound fertilizer plant, it needs to spend a certain amount of money. The most important costs mainly include the following parts.

• Website construction costs. First, if you want to produce commercial NPK fertilizers, you need to buy or rent a production site. But this price needs to be calculated according to your local charging standard.

• Organic fertilizer equipment cost. The exact price of our machine is related to the machine capacity. But when you buy any machine, you need to consider the purchase cost and operating cost. Your procurement cost will be lower if you choose a machine manufacturer instead of an intermediate supplier. More importantly, if you choose a professional fertilizer equipment manufacturer, the machines you buy will be of good quality and low energy consumption, which will also greatly reduce your operating costs.

In the npk manufacturing process, if you want to use a dry granulator, you need to control the moisture content of the raw materials at about 10%. A clear advantage of using a dry granulator is that you don't need to buy a dryer and cooler. Here, we recommend you to use the double roller granulator. It is a multifunctional granulator used to make fertilizers of various shapes.
However, for some NPK fertilizer producers, they want to buy wet granulator. Because the use of wet granulator will not produce dust. In addition, the price of wet granulator is lower than that of twin-roller granulator. And, you can choose the right one between pan granulator and rotary drum granulator.

•Labor costs. When you are going to run npk production line, you need some workers to help you. So, you need to spend some money to hire people. Generally speaking, the small NPK fertilizer plants we designed only need 3-4 workers. One person can feed the raw material, two workers can operate the machine, and the last one can be responsible for packing NPK fertilizer.