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What are the characteristics of organic fertilizer granulator?

As we all know, organic fertilizer production line occupy an important position in organic agriculture, and the development of organic fertilizers is a slow process, so organic fertilizer granulators come in handy. Many people do not understand the uses and characteristics of organic fertilizer granulators. In fact, the organic fertilizer granulator is used to granulate various organic substances after fermentation, which breaks through the conventional organic granulation process. It does not need to dry and pulverize the raw materials before granulation. It can directly process spherical particles by batching, which can save a lot of energy.

The characteristics of organic fertilizer granulator are: the granules produced are spherical. The content of organic matter can be as high as 100%, and the granulation of pure organic matter can be achieved. The use of organic matter particles can grow inlaid with each other under a certain force without adding a binder. The granules are solid and can be sieved after granulation to reduce drying energy consumption. The organic matter after fermentation does not need to be dried and the moisture content of raw materials can be 20-40%. The scope of application of organic fertilizer granulators is also very wide. It is especially suitable for the granulation of light fine powder materials. The finer the basic particles of the fine powder materials, the higher the sphericity of the particles, and the better the ball quality.

Generally, the particle size of the material before granulation should be less than 200 mesh. Typical application materials: chicken manure, pig manure, cow manure, charcoal, clay, kaolin, etc. For organic manure, livestock and poultry manure, feces, urine, and piles. Fertilizers, green fertilizers, sea fertilizers, cake fertilizers, peat, soil miscellaneous fertilizers, three wastes, microorganisms and other urban domestic waste.