Where is the "magic" of organic fertilizer equipment? This is because it has a unique process. Organic fertilizer equipment is a complete fertilizer production line. If it is pig manure soaked in water, due to the high water content, it must first be dehydrated with a pig manure squeeze dehydrator. Dehydrated pig manure needs to be processed in the next step, which is a very important fermentation link in the organic fertilizer equipment production line. The fermentation equipment used is called organic fertilizer turning machine, also known as organic fertilizer turning machine, ectopic fermentation bed organic fertilizer compost turning machine.
So what are the specifications of the pig manure fermentation turning machine? The conventional configuration of pig manure organic fertilizer machine manufacturers is as follows: 3m trough dump truck, 4m trough dump truck, 5m chain plate dump truck, 180 type 200 forklift, 600 forklift, 600 forklift, 600 forklift, 600m double screw dump truck, Small diesel manual dump trucks, 3 m self-turning and polishing machines, practical wheel-type turning and polishing machines, etc. Pig manure is fermented by these mixers, which has no peculiar smell at all, and saves time and effort compared with traditional pig manure fermentation methods.
Pig manure organic fertilizer is piled up through aerobic fermentation. Low-moisture auxiliary materials such as straw, seedlings and rice husks are mixed with pig manure and pig urine. The water content of compost materials is generally controlled below 60%, and then wait for heating. When the temperature rises to 45% ℃, it starts to turn with the help of a trough-type compost turning machine to promote oxygen and mature quickly. It turns over once every 2-3 days. The specific turning is based on the temperature change (50-60°C is suitable). When the temperature slowly drops below 400. ℃ Stop the stacking operation and wait for the decomposition statically. This process is conducive to the decomposition of macromolecular organic matter into small molecular organic matter, which can be directly absorbed and utilized by plants. The entire organic fertilizer process takes about 15 to 27 days.