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The common problem in the organic fertilizer prodection line

 In the current market,the widely used one is through fermentation,and the representative one is the ordinary through turning machine,which is suitable for the small-yield organic fertilizer production line.When in use,the stacker should be parked in the fermentation open space,and the piled teeth should not be immersed in the raw materials.
How can the organic fertilizer production line solve the transportation problem?
Generally,the problems in fertilizer processing,transportation and storage are fertilizer agglomeration problems.This is due to the moisture absorption,dissolution and evaporation,and recrystallization of fertilizer grains in the agglomerate of fertilizer,thus forming a crystal bridge.
First,we usually produce materials such as ammonium salts.phosphates,trace element salts,and potassium salts.Most of them contain crystal water,which is easy to absorb moisture and agglomerate.For example,ammonium sulfate is easy to agglomerate,phosphate and trace.When the elements meet,they are easy to agglomerate and become a substance that is not easily soluble in water.When urea encounters trace elements,it is east to precipitate moisture and agglomerate,mainly because urea replaces the crystal water in the trace element salt and becomes a paste,and then agglomerates.
Second,the fertilizer production of organic fertilizer equipment is generally non-closed production .In the production process,the greater the humidity of the air,the more easily the fertilizer absorb moisture and agglomerates,the weather is dry or the raw materials are dried,and the fertilizer is not easy to agglomerate.
Third,the higher the room temperature of the extrusion granulator,the better the dissolution,and the general raw material dissolves in its own crycstal water to cause agglomeration.When the nitrogen temperature id higher,the water evaporate and is not easy to agglomerate.This temperature is generally above 50 °C,and we usually need to heat to reach this temperature.
Fourth,the greater the pressure applied to the fertilizer,the easier it is to contact the crystal and the crystal,and the easier it is to agglomeraate;the smaller the applied pressure,the less likely to agglomerate.
Fifth,the longer the fertilizer is placed,the easier it is to agglomerate,and the shorter the placement time,the less likely it is to agglomerate.