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Compound fertilizer granulator introduction:
The compound fertilizer granulator is a granulator for the production of compound fertilizer. As long as it can be used for compound fertilizer granulation, it can be called a compound fertilizer granulator. The granulator used for chemical fertilizer on the market is divided into two types, one is used for Organic fertilizer granulation, the other is used for compound fertilizer granulation. Compound fertilizer granulator mainly includes equipment such as rotary drum granulatorDouble roller granulator、or disc granulator.
What is compound fertilizer?
Compound fertilizers are made by chemical methods and refer to fertilizers containing two or more nutrient elements. Compound fertilizers have the advantages of high nutrient content, low auxiliary components, and good physical properties. For balanced fertilization and improved fertilizer utilization, It plays a very important role in promoting the high and stable production of crops. In recent years, it has been more and more widely used in agriculture, and the sales of compound fertilizers on the market are also very hot.
Compound fertilizer production process:
For the Fertilizer processing plant with large output, the rotary drum granulator is the most widely used type of compound fertilizer granulator production equipment. 2-3 million can make a production line, the daily output can reach more than 280-400 tons, and the good formula can reach more than 500 tons. The drum granulation production process is favored by many compound fertilizer manufacturers and is adopted by more and more compound fertilizer manufacturers due to its advantages such as relatively small formula restriction, high output, low investment, and short construction period.
Advantages of compound fertilizer:
1. Nutritional elements
One of the advantages of compound hypertrophy is reflected in its nutritional elements. Compared with other fertilizers, especially farm manure, the total nutrient content of compound fertilizer is higher. Moreover, there are many types of nutrient elements in compound fertilizers. Because the standard of compound fertilizer is a fertilizer composed of two or more nutrients. Therefore, when we apply compound fertilizer, we only need to apply it once to supplement the nutrient elements required by more than two crops.
2. Uniform structure
The nutrient structure of fertilizer in compound fertilizer is very uniform. For example, our common ammonium phosphate fertilizer basically has no side effects. Among them, the main nutrients absorbed by crops are anions and cations. The nutrient element distribution of this fertilizer is very uniform, compared to the unit fertilizer which is prone to granular, powdery, and crystalline forms. Its structure is very compact, and nutrients are released very evenly. The fertilizer effect lasts for a long time and is very stable, and because the side components are relatively small, the impact on the soil is not large.
3. Good physical properties
Compared with common farmyard manure and other organic fertilizers, the physical properties of compound fertilizers are also better. Because the form of compound fertilizer is mainly granular, its hygroscopicity is far less than that of farmyard fertilizer. In the storage process, there is basically no agglomeration, so its storage performance is very good. In addition, it is very suitable for mechanized fertilization because it is easy to handle during the application, which can effectively reduce labor costs. If it is farmyard manure, not only does it taste great, but it is also not very convenient to apply.
4. Easy to store, transport and pack
As I just said, the storage and transportation of compound fertilizers are very convenient. So it is also a major advantage of compound fertilizer. And because there are not too many side components in compound fertilizers, the effective nutrients are much higher than unit fertilizers. Therefore, not only can the packaging cost be saved, but also the space utilization rate can be improved. It can also effectively reduce storage and transportation costs. For example, when we store and transport ammonium phosphate and other compound fertilizers if we store and transport one ton. Then, unit fertilizers such as superphosphate need to be stored and transported to about four tons.