How to Produce Granulation by Chicken Manure Organic Fertilizer Manufacturing Process
Chicken manure organic fertilizer manufacturing process project construction cycle is short, the return on investment is high, the market risk is small (organic fertilizer generally has at least 5 years of shelf life), the payback period is short, generally one year can recover investment and generate profits in that year.
1. Simple organic fertilizer manufacturing process includes raw material selection, drying and sterilization, ingredient mixing, granulation, drying and cooling, sieving granules, metering and sealing finished product storage.
2. The chicken manure organic fertilizer manufacturing process with more complex configuration is as follows: organic fertilizer raw materials (animal manure, domestic waste, withered branches and rotten leaves, biogas residue, waste bacteria, etc.) are fermented and then crushed into a half-wet material crusher, and then added nitrogen, phosphorus pentoxide, potassium chloride, ammonium chloride and other elements (pure nitrogen, phosphorus pentoxide, potassium chloride, ammonium chloride, etc.) to make the ore contained. Material elements meet the required standards, and then there is a mixer for mixing, and then into the granulator particles, out of the drying, through the screening machine screening, qualified products for packaging, unqualified returned to the organic fertilizer granulator for granulation.
In the manufacturing process of chicken manure organic fertilizer, the fineness of raw materials and the reasonable mixing process are very important. According to the experience of Huaqiang fertilizer machine manufacturers in producing organic fertilizer equipment, the fineness of the whole raw material should be matched as follows: about 30%-40% of the raw materials with 100-60 meshes, about 35% of the raw materials with 60 meshes to 1.00 diameter, and about 25%-30% of the small particles with 1.00-2.00 diameter. The higher the fineness of the material, the better the stickiness and the higher the surface finish of the granulated particles. However, in the production process, the use of super-proportion high-fineness materials is prone to problems such as excessive particle size and irregular particle size due to excessive viscosity. Therefore, too fine crushing of raw materials not only wastes energy consumption, but also is not conducive to granulation. Setting the corresponding crushing process can maximize production efficiency.