When the organic fertilizer granulator produces organic fertilizer, there will always be a small part of dust particles, especially in the drying equipment. The impact of dust on production work and environmental protection is not good, so what should we do? How to solve the dust problem encountered by the organic fertilizer granulator in the production? Let me explain to you below.
When the organic fertilizer granulator is constructed, most of the organic waste and perishable substances are used. Therefore, odors will be generated when the raw materials are stored and unloaded at the storage site. In addition, the storage site for raw materials, auxiliary materials, and compost, as well as the platform between the fermentation facilities where the truck enters and exits, etc. Dust and unpleasant fumes are generated. Auxiliary materials such as rice husks and sawdust do not produce unpleasant gases, but they produce a lot of dust when unloaded. When pulverizing rice husks using a pulverizer in an organic fertilizer granulator facility, dust and water vapor are also generated when the pulverized rice husks are transported. When pulverizing the pruning, if the shearing pulverizer is used, basically no dust will be generated, but if the pruning is pulverized by the combination of high-speed rotary pulverization and air conveying, a considerable amount of dust and noise will be generated. In the mixing equipment, various raw materials are put into the mixer, especially when the compost return material with low water content and the discharge of mixed raw materials will also produce odor and dust.
During the fermentation process, the decomposition of organic matter produces ammonia gas. After the raw materials are put into the fermentation facility, the compost is discharged through the fermentation facility, and the secondary fermentation tank performs repeated operations, etc., odor and dust. The decomposition of organic matter will raise the temperature of raw materials and generate a lot of moisture. In the process of repeated operations, water vapor, dust and gas will be mixed together, resulting in a state of white fog in the fermentation room of the organic fertilizer equipment. The odor and water vapor produced in the fermentation process will be significantly reduced with the end of the first fermentation, and will basically disappear when the second fermentation is completed. In the compost with less moisture, dust is generated along with the decrease in moisture. During the repeated use of the secondary fermentation facility, both water vapor and dust are generated.
The above is the method of removing dust from the organic fertilizer granulator. You can understand that the dust problem has a considerable impact on the production of the organic fertilizer granulator. If the dust is not removed, it is likely to cause damage to the inside of the organic fertilizer granulator, thereby affecting production. So everyone needs to be vigilant.