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According to experts of the agro-industrial complex, feed by domestic animals is digested and assimilated only by 35–40%. The rest of this expensive plant matter goes into manure.
There are several ways to process manure:
Solid manure is used for composting (with litter keeping of livestock), liquid manure or solid fraction of separated liquid manure (with non-litter keeping of livestock). When composting, various additives such as peat or chopped straw are added to manure, they are mixed with bulldozers on special sites and stacked in piles. In the process of composting, humus is formed, and an increase in the temperature of the pile leads to the destruction of helminth eggs and weed seeds in the manure. The composts can then be used as plant fertilizer.
Manure composting is one of the old and economical methods of processing this raw material.
The microbiological method of processing manure involves the use of special microbiological
crops that can be added to manure. These organisms convert the nutrients contained in the manure into a form that is easily absorbed by plants. Microbiological methods for processing manure can be divided into two types:
With natural methods, the transformation of the components of manure by microorganisms occurs in natural conditions - in the air. For example, in piles or sedimentation tanks. Artificial methods involve the processing of manure in special containers - aeration tanks or metatanks. In the first case (an aerobic process, in which the activity of aerobic bacteria is activated), manure is enriched with oxygen, and in the second case (anaerobic process) biogas, which contains methane, produces methane-forming bacteria during the fermentation of liquid manure.
For its manufacture, they usually use electric motors from a washing machine, trimmer, circular, tile cutter and other similar units.
The branch and grass shredder is an indispensable assistant in the work in the garden and in the garden, but its acquisition is associated with significant cash costs. And since the shredder is structurally simple, you can assemble it yourself from old equipment and available materials.
The garden shredder consists of the following main units:
The container for loading cut vegetation is usually made round, made of metal or thick-walled plastic. A large saucepan, an iron or plastic garden barrel, or the body of an old washing machine will do. It must be covered with a lid to protect the eyes from particles flying out during operation. The box, which is needed for unloading ground waste, is bent from sheet metal.
The principle of operation of the shredder is that the rotation of the motor shaft is fed to the knives directly or through a chain or belt drive. The shredded vegetation goes into the box for unloading the grass mass.
According to the principle of operation, some garden shredders are similar to auger meat grinders, while others are like coffee grinders with knives. As a drive, they take electric or gasoline internal combustion engines (ICE) from old, unused equipment. Models with internal combustion engines are more convenient for their mobility - they do not need to be tied to the mains, but they are much more expensive to manufacture and more difficult to use than with electric motors.
The wood waste crusher produces a large amount of sawdust suitable for the production of building materials, heating briquettes, for bedding in livestock farms, as well as for the production of compost.
For assembly, you must have not only a detailed diagram or drawing, but also understand the principle of operation of the device. The wood waste crusher consists of:
We live in an age of austerity. That is why modern production is trying to minimize their costs. For this purpose, new technologies and techniques are being developed, and the process of production and product release is being improved.
One such method is resource recycling. It allows not only to reduce costs, but also to give a second life to materials. Today, many of them are processed, but the first place is occupied by scrap metal. By collecting metal, a large economy of human labor is provided and the energy intensity of the production process is significantly reduced. The fact is that when remelting scrap metal, 1.4 times less energy is used than when processing ore.
It should be noted that in addition to economic benefits, recycling of scrap metal also has environmental benefits.
Scrap is all metal items that can be reused in the recycling of waste. This process is called recycling and includes the collection, cleaning, disposal and smelting of metals. The result is a raw material suitable for processing in metallurgical furnaces.
Such a general and broad definition means that in the immediate environment of citizens there are many different types of scrap, including:
Material containing alloying components is regulated as category "B", "A" includes carbon metals:
The letter designation "A" or "B" together with the number indicate the general designation of the waste grade. For example, the entry 18 "A" means that it is secondary unalloyed cast iron. The name is also recorded according to the standard: 18 "A" - "Pig iron scrap and waste No. 2".
Sawdust briquettes are logs of various shapes made from compressed sawdust.
In most cases, the following forms are popular:
The following arguments can be made in favor of briquettes pressed from sawdust:
Disadvantages are also present. The main one is the fear of moisture. You cannot store them in the open air, because. they will quickly absorb moisture, therefore, they will not burn well. Therefore, it is necessary to allocate a dry room for storage.
Any significant mechanical impact on sawdust briquettes is contraindicated. If you buy special equipment for their manufacture, the cost will be high and not always justified.
It is profitable to establish handicraft production if the sawdust is free, and existing equipment can be used as an installation.
There are a number of enterprises that specialize in the production and sale of equipment for the manufacture of fuel briquettes. Moreover, such equipment is usually brought in, installed and checked (for an additional fee), and sometimes even trained in the correct operation.
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