20,000 tons/year Pan Granulator Production Line

Pan Fertilizer Granulator Production Line Introduction:

Our pan granulator bio-organic fertilizer production line could offer production of 20,000 tons/yer. It is proven by our customers that the whole organic fertilizer production process is centralized controlled, and all equipped fertilizer machines are highly automatic and easier to operate. The whole bio fertilizer plant is designed based on advanced and mature technologies. The fermentation system (compost windrow turner) can simultaneously make the best use of solar energy, bio-energy, and mechanical energy, greatly saving energy. The packaging system are controlled by the computer, ensuring the precision of finished products packing. The pan granulator bio fertilizer production line is suitable for organic materials, such as livestock and poultry manure, dregs, papermaking sludge, and municipal solid waste.

Hydraulic Compost Turner (raw materials fermentation) → Pan Feeder (smooth feeding) → High Moisture Fertilizer Crusher (fermented materials crushing) → Disc Granulator (materials granulating) → Rotary Drum Dryer (fertilizer drying) → Rotary Drum Cooler (fertilizer cooling) → Drum Sifting Machine (fertilizer screening) → Organic Fertilizer Coating Machine (finished products coating) → Automatic Packing Machine (fertilizer packaging) → Vertical Crusher (substandard products crushing for re-granulating) → Belt Conveyor (raw materials and finished products transporting)

The most common raw materials used to make compost are yard wastes such as grass clippings, leaves, weeds, and small prunings from shrubs and trees. Most home garden compost piles and municipal compost facilities use yard wastes exclusively because of the large volume of materials available.

Industrial compost facilities tend to use waste materials generated within a particular plant or region. For example, sugar beet pulp is mixed with other materials to make compost in an area where sugar refineries operate. Spent hops and grain from breweries also make excellent compost materials. Other materials include sawdust and wood chips from lumber mills, fish waste from canneries, and dried blood and pulverized animal bones from slaughterhouses.

fanwayfertilizermachinery@gmai – About the Author:

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