Making liquid manure exportable
Animal manure is hygienized to make it export-worthy. By applying a heat treatment, the bacteria and germs are killed. The manure is kept at 70 °C for one hour. Validation makes it possible to obtain a recognition whereby the residence time may be shortened and the temperature lowered.
Hygienization takes place in three stainless steel insulated tanks with a capacity of 6,000 litres. Each tank is equipped with a heat exchanger, temperature measurement, weighing device and mixing installation. After the residence time, the remaining energy in the manure is transferred to the next batch (other tank) to preheat it.
The required heat is produced by a wood chip-fired biomass stove. Chips are supplied automatically from the storage bunker. It is also possible to use an external heat source such as a CHP(?). Strocon has a large product range for the processing of waste streams. We would be happy to discuss your problem with you to find a suitable solution. Techniques are often combined to achieve complete processing.