We use modern, sophisticated equipment to produce our microgranular fertilisers. The production lines operate in a continuous mode, which significantly increases the effectiveness of the whole process. The entire production process is carried out within a closed system, which means that the products cannot be contaminated by external factors.
The technology consists of two processes: spray drying and fluid-bed granulation. Advanced measurement apparatus, automation and specialised software ensure that the proper course of microgranules build up. Generally, the production unit for a particular microgranular product consists of specific subunits. Each one performs a specific production process:
A) The first subunit is a fertiliser solution tank. Stainless steel/plastic tanks adapted to winter or summer conditions store the fertiliser solution. The other component of this subunit is an automatically-controlled system that doses the fertiliser solution into the next subunit.
B) The second subunit is the drying and granulation chamber, in which the fertiliser solution is sprayed against a stream of hot air, causing the water to evaporate. Solid particle enlargement and wet granulation also occur at this stage.
C) The last subunit is a pneumatic system. The dust-free granules are formed into raspberry-shapes, ranging in size from 0.3 to 0.9 mm.