Equipment principle and performance characteristics of organic fertilizer granulator
Equipment principle and performance characteristics of organic fertilizer granulator

The organic fertilizer granulator machine is an integral part of the organic fertilizer production line and plays a key role in the organic granule fertilizer production line. It refers to the equipment for processing powdery organic fertilizer into granular organic fertilizer. New organic fertilizer granulator, drum mixing granulator, disc granulator machine, drum granulator, npk fertilizer granulator, etc. These granulators can meet all the requirements for making granular fertilizers.

Price is always the key factor for all investors to pay attention to the success or failure of transactions between buyers and sellers. Fortunately, our organic fertilizer granulator has high configuration, different types and fertilizer granulator machine price is different. But the price is affordable for fertilizer investors. Hiring professional engineers and workers has laid the foundation for manufacturing high-quality granulators. Our company is factory direct sales, all machines are ex-factory price.

Huaqiang designs fertilizer granulator for producing granular organic fertilizer. Its granulation rate is above 90%. Generally speaking, the size of organic fertilizer particles is 0.3 mm to 3 mm. This machine can use raw materials with a water content of 20% to 40%.

The disc granulator machine (also known as ball disc or disc) is the most common machine in organic fertilizer. It can be applied to various organic substances. The granulation rate is as high as 93%. Due to its small size, it is mostly used in small organic fertilizer granulation plants.

The drum granulation is a molding machine that can make materials into specific shapes, suitable for hot and cold granulation. The maximum production capacity is 30 tons/hour, and it is often assembled in large-scale organic fertilizer production lines. In addition, only a certain amount of water or steam is required in the granulation process, which is often used in wet granulation.


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