Structure and working principle of fertilizer disc granulator
Fertilizer disc granulation Organic fertilizer for cockroach poultry manure is also to be tested, no matter how you must use a reliable machine to deal with. The fertilizer pan granulator solves this problem very well. Fertilizer pan granulation The granulator is especially suitable for the granulation of light fine powder materials. The finer the basic particles of the fine powder material, the higher the sphericity of the particles, and the better the quality of the ball. Generally, the particle size before granulation should be less than 200 mesh. Typical application materials: chicken manure, pig manure, cow dung, carbon black, clay, kaolin and so on.
What is the structure of the fertilizer disc granulator?
1. Fertilizer disc granulator has a main motor drive pulley and belt, and a pinion gear is driven by a reducer.
2. The pinion gear and the large gear fixed at the bottom of the disc are split-type, they mesh with each other and work in opposite directions.
3. The large gear of the fertilizer disc granulator is installed on the granulation disc fixed on the frame adjustment plate through the professionally designed cone hole, and the granulation disc is rotated continuously, and the spray device is used to make the material uniform. Bonded together.
What is the working principle of the fertilizer disc granulator?
The fertilizer disc granulator uses the mechanical stirring force of high-speed rotation and the aerodynamic force generated thereby to continuously mix, granulate, spheroidize and compact the fine powder material in the machine, thereby achieving the purpose of granulation. The shape of the particles is spherical, the sphericity is ≥0.7, the particle size is generally between 0.3-3 mm, the granulation rate is ≥90%, and the particle diameter of the fertilizer disc granulator can be appropriately adjusted by the material mixing amount and the spindle rotation speed. Usually, the lower the mixing amount, the higher the rotation speed, the smaller the particles, and vice versa.