10t/h Urea based fertilizer with disc granulation line
In the line of making urea based compound fertilizer process, how does the urea fertilizer become quality compound fertilizer ?You can mix with some other elements of materials like ammonium phosphate and potassium chloride. What is the price of this manufacturing process?Urea based compound fertilizer manufacturers with the budget of $300,000 can buy this 10t/h granulator compound fertilizer production line. Because the yield of this production line is a medium production scale. His investment risk is also relatively small.Within $300,000,you can buy our high configuration of fertilizer equipment.
For this manufacturing line, we design the SXFLF-1000 vertical crusher machine,SXPJ-3000 disc mixer, SXPL-1000 batching machine, SXYZ-4000 disc granulator, SXGS-1560 rotary screening machine, coating machine, belt conveyor and loader type feeder.
In addition,the area is about 1440 square meters. Therefore, you should lease larger production site to install the 10tons per hour granulator urea based compound fertilizer production line.
15t/h Urea based fertilizer blending production line
Compared with the granulation production line, the BB fertilizer production line does not require a granulation process. Because it is made by mixing and stirring several granules of fertilizer products.Therefore, the price of the same production line will be lower than the granulation production line. You can buy a 15t/h Urea based fertilizer blending production line with the same $300,000USD.
For this manufacturing line, we design the SXNS-100 urea crusher and SXJB1000 BB fertilizer Mixer.At the same time,there will a batching process before crushing.In order to reduce labor force, the batching equipment helps you blend the materials in a proportion according to the formula.Because it adopts automatic batching system.The machine can make precise blending fertilizer by fertilizer blending calculator.In addition,the area is about 800 square meters. Therefore, you can reduce your production site cost compared with granulation line.