Before we answer the first question, let’s take a step back and first address exactly what a dis granulator is. A Disc Granulator is a machine that is designed to finely grind composting materials such as raw manure like chicken, rabbit, cow, horse, etc. into fine pellets that can then be used as fertilizer.
The machine is round (hence the disc) and it has an area where the manure can be placed into the granulator and then it’s turned on to process the manure into the fine pellets that will be used as fertilizer. The granulator allows for increased production and offers a higher yield of the process so that farmers are able to capitalize on their business.
The wet granulator also works to reduce the dust that is naturally kicked up when the process is going on. The granulator, by being more enclosed helps to prevent the levels of dust from escaping and causing any breathing issues for the farmer or employees.
For a large scale operation, the disc granulator will help to increase production while requiring less labor-intensive work for the company. Since all of the matter is organic, this is an excellent eco-friendly way to increase production without the harsh use of chemicals or other equipment.
The advantages to the disc granulator are numerous. Adjustments can be made to the disc to determine the final output size of the pellets. Different sizes can be used in different types of fertilizer. It works to ensure that the pellets are all uniform in size which helps to break the pellets down once they’re applied to the ground or crops.
Smaller sized businesses will find that the disc granulator can help to increase production and thus give a larger return on investment. The more return on investment the better equipped the company is to remain in business and have a steady flow of customers.
Materials can be gathered from a variety of sources and placed into the pan granulator and then processed. Packaging can be as simple or elaborate as desired and the final product can then be sold either at the same location or transported to another facility for distribution.
The disc granulator works by adding dry materials to the top of the equipment and the materials are then degassed and compressed. The arc-shaped notch is made up of two different rolls that will reverse rotation at varying speeds to condense and then form the pellets.
During this process, the materials are then condensed into the disc and the stress is adjusted to ensure that the pellets are all naturally separated within the space and using the aid of gravity and the surface tension the pellets are then complete for distribution.
Disc granulators are available in various models and not all models are the same. Always ask questions before purchase and fully understand the way that the machine works to ensure that you’re getting the best fertilizer machine for your specific needs in your fertilizer production. A commercial disc granulator can save a business a lot of time and money when it’s utilized correctly.