When we use the organic fertilizer production line, improper operation may cause agglomeration, which is very troublesome to deal with. Today, the organic fertilizer production line manufacturers come to everyone to talk about how to avoid agglomeration.
The longer the fertilizer is placed, the easier it is to agglomerate, and the shorter the storage time, the less likely it is to agglomerate. In order to prevent agglomeration from occurring, we should pay attention to the following aspects in the fertilizer granulation process:
1. Reasonable selection of raw materials: that is, we choose raw materials that are not easy to agglomerate as our raw materials, and choose the materials to be as dry as possible.
2. The problem of agglomeration of fertilizer generally occurs in the process of fertilizer processing and transportation. It is mainly caused by the moisture absorption of the microscopic fertilizer crystal grains, the surface dissolution, evaporation and recrystallization. In this process, the formation of crystal bridges causes small particles to become large particles agglomerate; the agglomeration problem is mainly related to materials (raw materials for fertilizer production), humidity and temperature, external pressure and storage time.
3. Add some anti-caking agents: they play a role in breaking the bridge, and the organic fertilizer production line can also add some surfactants to prevent agglomeration.
4. Adopt reasonable packaging: prevent squeezing. The packaging materials are mainly to prevent moisture absorption and ventilation. Preventing excessive squeezing during transportation and storage can also effectively prevent the problem of agglomeration. Granulation technology by organic fertilizer granulator can prevent agglomeration: because the contact area between the pellets of the round pellets is small, it is not easy to crystallize and agglomerate, so if conditions permit, granulation is a good method to prevent agglomeration.