GATE fertilizer disc granulator for sale
|Dimension(mm)||Granulat Ratio||Side Height
|Disc Rotate Speed||Installation Angle|
The GATE fertilizer disc granulator adopts an overall circular arc structure, and the granulation rate can reach over 93%. The granulation tray of GATE fertilizer disc granulator is provided with three discharge ports, which facilitates intermittent production operations, greatly reduces labor intensity and improves labor efficiency.
The GATE fertilizer disc granulator is a volumetric metering feeding device that feeds the material evenly and continuously to the next process and can withstand large pressures. As a fine material feeding device, GATE fertilizer disc granulator is suitable for transporting various non-stick materials in the form of powder, material or small pieces, such as pulverized coal, cement, clinker, limestone, shale, coal gangue, clay, etc or small pieces of material.
1. High efficiency. The granulator disc angle of the GATE fertilizer disc granulator adopts the overall arc structure, and the granulation rate can reach over 93%.
2. The bottom of the GATE fertilizer disc granulator is reinforced with multiple radiant steel plates, which is sturdy and durable, never deformed. The main gear of the granulator is quenched by high frequency, and the service life is doubled.
3. For GATE fertilizer disc granulator, Long service life, new dredging design, clearing the bottom by the unpowered scraper, clearing the blade and clearing the corner, with the unique treatment technology of the disc body, dredging and good balling effect.
4. The GATE fertilizer disc granulator is lined with high-strength FRP, which is anti-corrosion and durable. GATE fertilizer disc granulator has the characteristics of high granulation rate, stable operation, sturdy and durable equipment and long service life.
The raw meal powder is evenly stirred by pre-watering, and is input into the tray of GATE fertilizer disc granulator. As the disk rotates, the material gradually forms a spherical shape by rolling in the disk body, reaches a predetermined diameter, and is discharged outside the disk, and then transported to the next process.