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Re: Npk Moisture Analysis

Erstellt am 13. Oct. 2003 - 12:06

Dear ccervera,

the new 2 parameter moisture measurement might be a solution for your needs. Please visit our website www.doescher.com or contact me for furter details and email brochure. Our 2parameter method enables you to measure online the moisture in NPK fertilizer fast and accurate.

Best regards

Jörn Döscher

Npk Moisture Analysis

Erstellt am 16. Oct. 2003 - 05:20

Try Indutech at the following website.


Phil Cancilla,

Heath & Sherwood (1964) Limited

Phillip A. Cancilla, Sales & Marketing Manager Heath & Sherwood (1964) Limited e-mail:philc@heathandsherwood64.com Website: <http://www.heathandsherwood64.com>www.heathandsherwood64.com Mobile:(905) 302-6684 Office: (905) 275- 2906 ext 22
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Re: Npk Moisture Analysis

Erstellt am 20. Jan. 2004 - 04:12

If you have fertilizer pelleted or as a slurry os as a granulate, then I can propose to try the ACO online moisture sensors.

They are flexible, easy to use, robust and very reliable and are suitable for many applications.

Look under www.acoweb.de

It is worth it.

Best regards

Johannes m. Mergl

Re: Npk Moisture Analysis

Erstellt am 22. Jan. 2004 - 06:12

I don't understand if you want to reduce the moisture of the fertilizer during transfer or measure the moisture during transfer.

Both can be accomplished by broadband microwave.

For more info contact:

Antonio Reis

Vitrom Mfg Consultants

Your Process and Manufacturing Solutions

Phone: 209.834.1900

Fax: 209.834.1039


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Moisture Measurement In Fretilizers

Erstellt am 22. Jan. 2004 - 08:49

Dear Antonio,

in Europe we make fertilizers from slurry and waste and it is mixed and blended with a certain moisture (28%to 38%). Then it is dried in a rotary kiln down to 8% moisture. Either pellets as fertilizers or bars for burning material can be pressed out of this mass. If you exceed or underpass this moisture the quality can not be guaranteed within certain limits. Also the weight is important for the payment. If you add weight by water, the customers get quite angry :-)

At the seed coating and production the seeds are dried first, then coated with fertilizer and the remoistened again, because the base of payment is weight. Otherwise companies like Cargill or Pioneer Seeds could not survive :-)

Best regards,

Johannes m. Mergl