Organic fertilizer production line equipment includes: fermentation turning machine, crusher, feeder, horizontal mixer, organic fertilizer granulator, dryer, cooling machine, screening machine, weighing and packaging machine. The organic fertilizer granulator machine is an important equipment for the production of granular organic fertilizer. Let's learn about the production of straw organic fertilizer.
Biomass organic fertilizer straw granulator will be subjected to different stresses at different stages. In the loosening stage, with the uniform increase of the pressure, the deformation of the crushed corn stalks increased rapidly, and the deformation of the crushed corn stalks was linearly correlated with the pressure. This process is a compression process in which corn stalks are crushed to overcome material gaps. In this compression stage, a larger amount of compression can be obtained with a smaller pressure, thereby obtaining a larger increase in compression density.
In the transition stage, with the increase of pressure, the increase of deformation of corn straw after crushing by biomass straw granulator gradually decreased. At this stage, pressure and deformation exhibit a non-linear relationship. The deformation of broken corn stalks is mainly transformed from overcoming the interpretation between materials to the deformation of the material itself.
In the clamping stage, the deformation and pressure of the corn stalks crushed by the biomass stalk granulator are in a similar horizontal straight line. With the increase of the pressure of the biomass straw granulator, the deformation of the corn stalk after crushing is slow, which shows that the material gap of the corn stalk granulator is overcome at this stage, and the self-deformation basically reaches the limit, and a large pressure increase can only obtain a small deformation. The effect of increasing the pressure on the compression density of corn stalks was not obvious. It shows that the increase of roller pressure has little effect on pellet formation. It is not difficult to see from the above analysis that the stress of the biomass straw granulator is different at different stages.