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How Organic Fertilizer Equipment Manufacturers Match Equipment Reasonably

How Organic Fertilizer Equipment Manufacturers Match Equipment Reasonably

At this stage, the chemical fertilizers on the market can be divided into three categories: organic compounds derived from animal and plant residues that have undergone harmless and composting as raw materials, fertilizers and urea solutions, N, P, K and other farmyard manures according to a certain proportion Mixed compound fertilizers; and microbial fertilizers and organic fertilizers that combine microbial strains with animal and plant residues to carry out harmless, composting. This kind of fertilizer can all be made by using organic fertilizer procduction equipment, and the fertilizers made by different processing techniques are also different.

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According to different organic fertilizers, organic fertilizer equipment manufacturers can mix and match different machines and equipment at will to generate the organic fertilizer production line expected by customers and assist in the production of chemical fertilizers. In this way, customization is more suitable for the specific production situation of customers, and the docking at each stage is more compact, the processing process of organic fertilizer is more flexible, and the actual operation and application of customers are more convenient.

Determine the output size of the organic fertilizer equipment: for example, if the annual output is many tons, or many tons per hour, the price can be determined. The models of the complete sets of equipment of normal organic fertilizer equipment manufacturers are divided into several models with an annual output of 1, 2, 3.4, 5, and 100,000 tons. Determine the shape of the particles: powder, column, oblate or standard round. Commonly used fertilizer granulation equipment are: disc granulator, drum granulator, roller extrusion granulator, flat die granulator, ring film granulator. The selection of the granulator should be based on the local fertilizer market conditions.

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