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Granulation process and equipment configuration of compound fertilizer production equipment


Compound fertilizer refers to a type of compound fertilizer that is made solely by chemical methods and contains at least two of the three nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Compound fertilizer has the advantages of high nutrient content, low side components, and good physical properties. It plays a very important role in balanced fertilization, improving fertilizer utilization efficiency, and promoting high and stable crop yields. But it also has some drawbacks, such as its nutrient ratio is always fixed, and the types, quantities, and proportions of nutrients required by different soils and crops are diverse.

The equipment configuration for compound fertilizer production varies according to the different raw materials, and suitable plans can also be made based on investment budgets. The prices of compound fertilizer production equipment vary with different yields. Firstly, it is important to consider the desired investment in the production of compound fertilizers, and then inform the manufacturer of the raw materials used for processing and production. This will provide an approximate price range for everyone, and then select the appropriate compound fertilizer production equipment configuration based on the expected investment.

The compound fertilizer production equipment is completed by closely combining multiple processes. Each process has strict indicator control, and none of them are indispensable. Firstly, technical personnel develop corresponding fertilizer production formulas based on market needs or customer demands combined with the market conditions of raw materials, and refine them into the amount of raw material input.

The process of compound fertilizer production equipment consists of multiple processes: raw material measurement, raw material crushing, granulation, drying, cooling, screening, coating, and packaging. The production line has always adhered to the principles of "fluidity, safety, operability, and aesthetics" in its design, achieving linear integration of mechanical and electrical systems throughout the entire production line, and will have considerable advancement for a considerable period of time in the future. Meanwhile, we can also adjust the process flow according to specific circumstances and requirements.