fertilizer solution Applications
In continuous production systems, the additives are frequently fed to a mixer using the gravimetric dosing process. This requires both high dosing accuracy and consistency. You have the optimum recipe – we have the right weighing and feeding solution for even your most complex tasks.
The combination of know-how, field-proven technology and many years of experience enables Schenck Process to offer customers within the fertiliser industry tailor-made solutions.
By Schenck Process Germany based in Sandnes, NORWAY.
Recycling carbamate solution back to urea-reactors (Stamicarbon- and Snamprogetti-Processing Methods) will be done world-wide more or less exclusively with Körting high-pressure liquid jet ejectors (H.P.-ejectors). Multi-stage steam jet vacuum systems specifically designed to meet the requirements of urea evaporation stages have been in use for many decades now with great success. New developed boosters and vacuum condensers are available to provide an extremely economical and trouble-free operation.
By Körting Hannover AG based in Hannover, GERMANY.
Many states have governmental departments with diverse responsibilities in regulatory monitoring such as animal health; weights and measures; gas and oil inspection; seed and fertilizer inspection, feed analysis, crop and livestock statistics, monitoring agricultural environmental issues, as well as research and development. The key to success is a data management system powerful enough to handle all the data measured, reported and analyzed, and flexible enough to match the workflows, regulations and rules specific to the agriculture and farming segment.
By Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. based in West End, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).
Wind erosion is a dominant geomorphological process in arid landscapes. Its effects contribute to the loss of soil resources and the emission of mineral dust, with major impacts on regional climate, biogeochemical cycles and human health. As an aside, ’desertification’ may sound like a course to end a sumptuous meal. But with just one ’s’, it refers to fertile land becoming dry desert. Many factors contribute to the problem, such as soil erosion, climate change and groundwater mismanagement.
By Erosion Control Forum based in Bend, OREGON (USA).
Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you