Livestock and poultry manure is a relatively good quality organic fertilizer. Livestock and poultry manure must be decomposed by a decomposing agent, and the parasites and eggs in livestock and poultry manure, as well as some infectious bacteria, are inactivated and deodorized through the process after decomposing. The production process of livestock manure organic fertilizer is closely related to the equipment configuration of organic fertilizer production line. Generally, the complete set of equipment of organic fertilizer production line mainly consists of fermentation system, drying machine, deodorization and dust removal system, crushing machine, batching system, mixing machine, fertilizer granulator machine
, and screening system and finished product packaging system. The production process of livestock manure organic fertilizer roughly includes: raw material selection (livestock manure, etc.) → drying and sterilization → mixing of ingredients → granulation → cooling and screening → metering sealing → finished product storage.
Production process design of livestock manure organic fertilizer production line
includes: 1. Efficient compound strain and its propagation technology; 2. Advanced raw material allocation technology and biological fermentation system; 3. The best special fertilizer formula technology (can be flexibly according to the local Soil and crop characteristics, design the best combination of product formula); 4. Reasonable secondary pollution (exhaust gas and worry) control technology; 5. Design and manufacturing technology for complete sets of process equipment for fertilizer production.
The construction scale of animal manure organic fertilizer production line equipment configuration is generally 30,000 to 100,000 tons per year. Comprehensive consideration must be given to local resources, market capacity, and market coverage. The investment scale and product plan design need to be formulated according to the following conditions: characteristics of raw material resources, local soil conditions, local planting structures and main crop varieties, factory site conditions, and the degree of automation of production.