drying (liquid) manure
Part of the humidity in the manure can be removed through the drying process. The volume can be reduced to 1/10 of the original volume of the manure.
Dorset has many years of experience in drying (liquid) manure. The warm air which is required for this process can be supplied by using either farmhouse air or residual heat from the generation of electricity.
Drying helps to reduce both the processing and transport costs. The dried end product still contains many minerals and is therefore a good nutrient for plants.
The dried end product still contains many minerals
Benefits of the Dorset dryer
Low energy consumption
Highly compact and flexible
Requires little maintenance
Fully automatic operation without supervision is possible
Through the remixing function, a pre- treatment of the digestate is not necessary
Low dust generation through low air speed
Why dry manure?
- Making good use of residual heat during the entire year
- Lower storage and transport costs
- New sales and utilization possibilities
- hygienization and reduced emissions/odours