Fertilizer is an important component for the health of many crops and plants. Investing in a granulator for organic fertilizer allows you to produce fertilizer pellets in large quantities. If you are interested in using this type of machine to quickly produce organic pellets, there are a few things to consider.
– The Production Capacity Of The Granulator
Before investing in this type of equipment, it is important to establish how many pellets the machine can produce every hour or daily. It is also important to find out about the pellet size. It is important to ensure the granulator is capable of producing a satisfactory amount of fertilizer pellets.
Some machines can produce far more pellets when compared to others, which is why it is important to make sure the granulator you choose can match up to your needs. If the granulator’s production capacity is not sufficient, there are other options on the market to choose from.
Wheat straw and animal manure including sheep, chicken, pig manure, and cow dung, are some of the raw materials used to produce organic fertilizer. These are materials that contain a rich source of organic matter and mineral nutrients. They are both low in cost and large in quantities, making them the ideal choice for use as organic fertilizers to achieve large profits.
Below is a list of some of the most suitable granulators for producing organic fertilizer:
#1 Drum Granulator And Disc Granulator
Both the drum granulator and the disc granulator use a principle known as agglomeration. The granules produced have a spherical shape. This machinery is suitable for the granulation of compound fertilizer, organic fertilizer, and other types of fertilizers. Drum granulators and disc granulators have specific requirements when it comes to the “fineness” of the raw powder. This can mean that the effect of granulation of raw materials that contain more straw and other types of crude fibers can be poor.
#2 New Type Of Organic Fertilizer Granulator
The latest organic fertilizer granulator design is specialized granulating equipment made specifically for producing organic fertilizer. These granulators use a rotating mechanical high-speed stirring force that results in an aerodynamic force that consistently realizes the granulation and mixing of powder in a fine form in the equipment, which effectively achieves the goal of granulation. This latest version of organic fertilizer granulators is ideal for the granulation processes of the majority of organic-based fertilizer materials.
#3 Ring Die Granulator And Flat Die Granulator
Both the ring-die and the flat-die granulator use an extrusion principle that extrudes organic materials into particles. Ring-die and flat-die granulators produce a satisfactory granulation effect when it comes to raw materials such as cottonseed skin, sawdust, cotton stalks, rice husks, and straw. These materials all have poor-forming conditions and lower bonding rates. These granulators extrude the raw matter into particles that are cylindrically shaped, which helps to save a significant amount of energy and time. A ball-polishing machine is often a great addition, after granulation if you are wishing to achieve smooth particles.