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Application and characteristics of disc granulator for organic fertilizer granulation equipment


The disc granulator is suitable for processing spherical particles of compound fertilizers and bio organic fertilizers, such as coal powder, cement, clinker, fertilizers, and other materials. Equipped with power options of 380V and 220V voltage for users to choose from. The material of the disc granulator is stainless steel or other materials; Variable frequency speed control, digital display, dual control. The angle of the disc is adjustable, and the range of spherical particle size is adjustable.

The purpose and characteristics of the small organic fertilizer granulation equipment, the disc granulator: The disc angle of the disc granulator adopts an integral circular arc structure, with a granulation rate of over 93%. The granulator has three discharge ports, which are convenient for intermittent production operations, greatly reducing labor intensity and improving labor efficiency. The reducer and motor are driven by flexible belts, which start smoothly, reduce impact force, and improve equipment service life. The bottom of the granulator is reinforced with multiple radiating steel plates, Durable and sturdy, without deformation. The thickened, weighted, and sturdy base design eliminates the need for anchor bolts for stable operation. The main gear of the granulator is high-frequency quenched, doubling its service life. The granulator disc is lined with high-strength fiberglass, which is corrosion-resistant and durable. This machine has the characteristics of uniform granulation, high granulation rate, smooth operation, sturdy and durable equipment, and long service life, making it an ideal equipment choice for users.

The working principle of the small organic fertilizer granulation equipment disc granulator: The raw material powder is evenly mixed with pre added water, input into the disc, and as the disc rotates, the material gradually forms a spherical shape through rolling inside the disc. After reaching the predetermined diameter, it is discharged from the disc and then transported to the next process.