What are the common compost fermentation equipment and what is the specific role in the fermentation process
Composting process, also known as fermentation process, refers to the degradation and stabilization of organic waste under the proper water content, oxygen concentration and other conditions through the action of microorganisms, so as to achieve the purpose of killing parasitic eggs and harmful microorganisms, reducing volatile substances in waste, and at the same time making the organic matter loose for safe treatment and preservation. Because the materials processed by compost fermentation do not contain pathogenic bacteria and weed seeds, they are suitable for application in soil to improve soil conditions.
Composting fermentation process generally includes fermentation, composting, aeration and other links. The equipment used in these links varies with the type of compost. Stack-type composting is to agitate the material by riding the tipper on the stack, thus playing the role of aeration to achieve the purpose of fermentation. Therefore, the device configuration is relatively simple and the function is single. The tank type aerobic fermentation has a distribution system, a tipping system, an aeration system, etc. The equipment is relatively complete, including: distribution truck, organic fertilizer composter, mobile