Organic and NPK fertilizer making machines

The Crawler-Type Turning Machine

Take a four-wheeled walk design, can move forward, backward, turn, and driven by one person. Work can be carried out in open spaces or in workshops.



During the driving, the whole vehicle rides over the long fertilizer piles, and the rotating knives hanging under the machine body are used to turn over, fluffy and move the long-piled material, and then form new strip piles.


Equipped with rollers and knife-shaped teeth. Mainly used for ground-stacking fermentation. It has the dual functions of turning and crushing. Evenly mix the materials and strains of manure base, sludge and other materials, also be used in effectively crushing the fermented material plates. Indispensable special equipment for fertilizer-making operations.


Its Advantages


(1)More suitable for the action mechanism and process requirements of microbial-fermented feces to fertilizers, and can effectively mix the viscous feces with the microbial preparation and straw powder. Not only much faster than other types of composting, but also effectively prevents the generation of harmful and malodorous gases such as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia gas and indol during the fermentation process. It meets environmental protection requirements and can produce good organic fertilizer.


(2)Overall power balance suitable, energy consumption low and output high, it reduces the production cost of bio-organic fertilizer.


(3)The overall structure of the crawler-type turning machine is reasonable, machine rigidity good, force balanced, concise and firm, performance safe and reliable, easy to control, and the applicability of the yard is strong. Except for the thick frame, all the parts are standard and easy to use and maintain.


(4)No need to build a trough, and place the fertilizer on the ground into a long strip. Ground-stacking fermentation is a state-of-the-art and most economical mode of fertilizer production. The material is stirred and broken by the turning machine at regular intervals, and the organic matter is decomposed under aerobic conditions.



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