The function of half-wet material crusher for organic fertilizer equipment


The organic fertilizer production line uses modern microbial technology, mainly livestock and poultry manure, bran, peanut shell powder, crop straw, etc. as auxiliary materials as carriers. The seed is inserted into the livestock and poultry manure, and the use includes dehydrator, fermentation turner, half-wet material crusher, horizontal mixer, granulator, dryer, cooler, drum screening machine, coating machine, packaging equipment The bio-organic fertilizer produced by equipment such as , belt conveyor and other equipments undergoes a series of harmless treatments such as rapid heating, fermentation, decomposing, and deodorization.

Organic fertilizer equipment half-wet material crusher is widely used in chemical fertilizer, mining, coal mine and other industries, and plays a very important role in the crushing process of organic fertilizer raw materials. The target moisture content of this machine is 30%, and 60% wet material crushing effect is particularly remarkable, such as animal manure, urban sludge, biogas residue, kelp residue, etc. Its application effectively solves the problems of high water content and difficult crushing, and is also widely used organic fertilizer crushing equipment.

The half-wet material crusher adopts the upper and lower rotors to rotate at high speed, and the forced pulverization of the blades can meet the pulverization requirements of various materials. The discharge end does not use a screen bottom and will not be blocked by excess feed. The crushing particle size can reach 20 microns, which can meet the requirements of general organic fertilizer granulation and powder organic fertilizer production requirements. The hammer part of the fragile part of the crusher adopts alloy super wear-resistant hammer, which is strong and durable and improves the service life of the hammer head. The half-wet material crusher adopts two-way gap adjustment technology, which can control the particle size of the material by adjusting the gap between the hammer and the liner.