Composter Rotating Drum Technology

 

Composter Rotating Drum Technology is Destined For China

 

This Model 515 BioReactor Composting System (BCS) will be utilized as a Demo Unit For Pilot

Composter Rotating Drum Technology

This BCS offers a “plug and play” opportunity to test various feedstocks and amendments, and blending combinations at the job site.

Projects in all market sectors based in China. It is equipped with the essential components and complete automation features required for most composting facilities….essential that is if the goal is to obtain high quality mature compost in 4 to 7 days!

The Model 515 BioReactor Composter Rotating Drum Technology

The BioReactor is a rotating drum composter that has a load capacity of 70% of the total volume of the drum. This composter is 5’ diameter x 15’ long. It features a fixed, spring-loaded in-feed end with an opening for loading; a fixed, spring-loaded output end with an automated discharge auger or door; a rotating vessel supported by 4 trunnion wheels, a Friction Drive (.75 HP motor), and a negative ventilation fan.

The Mixer

A mixer is needed in order to pre-blend all the feedstocks so that a homogenous mixture of all the materials is obtained. This Mixer is equipped with cutting blades to slash the feedstocks in order to

Composter Rotating Drum Technology

The blades on the rotating vertical auger slash into the organic waste material thus breaking it into smaller pieces. This slashing action is especially critical and necessary when whole vegetables or fruit are present.

reduce the particle size. The capacity of the mixer used on the Model 515 BCS is 50 cubic feet and has a:

The Conveyor

The BCS is equipped with a heavy-duty automated incline conveyor fortified with a cleated belt. The cleated belt prevents the pre-blended organic waste from sliding back down the conveyor as it is being automatically loaded into the BioReactor.

The Control Panel

The control panel monitors the composting process and controls the function of the mixer, the conveyor and the BioReactor. This is accomplished by the Timer/PLC Control on the Control Panel. Complete control of the system is thus at the finger tips of the operator.

 

 

 

 

New XACT Systems’ Composting Technology Videos Just Posted To YouTube

Composting Technology Videos

Rotation Speed & Odor Control
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zlt8hOoDt8
The successful odor-free composting process of organic waste in the BioReactor is dependent upon a few factors.  One of these is the rotation speed of the drum itself.  The BioReactor by XACT Systems Inc. rotates very very slowly as shown in this video.  This allows the material inside the composter to gently tumble.  In turn, this gentle tumbling allows each and every particle of the waste material to be exposed to the oxygen present in the ambient air.  The oxygen-loving bacteria which naturally occur in the waste are therefore “knee deep” in the oxygen and thus thriving, multiplying and decomposing (eating) the waste material at a highly accelerated rate.  The by-products of such highly aerobic decomposition is simply water vapour (H20) and carbon dioxide C02.  Neither of these gases are odorous, noxious or harmful. So, by using the BioReactor Technology to compost organic waste, you can do so quickly and in a virtually odor-free manner.
Discharged Compost is Virtually Odorless!  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdZgBOqTJWI
 The composting process in the BioReactor is highly aerobic due to the ventilation systems and slow tumbling action of the organic waste inside the BioReactor.  As a result the compost upon discharge, is odor-free.  Typical composting time varies from 3 to 7 days depending on the waste material to be composted
composting technology videos

Advanced composting technology such as the BioReactor can produce compost that is virtually odor-free.

Dewater Dairy Manure 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HggJ3PWIY9Q
 Composting dairy manure in XACT Systems BioReactor typically requires that the manure be dewatered prior to loading into the composter.  The optimum moisture content of any organic waste to be composted is approximately 65%
Please click on any of the links above to view the new composting technology videos.  Many thanks.  D

 

How Many Farming Operations Have Manure Composting Technology on Their Farm Improvement Plan?

Manure composting technology has proven economic and  environmental advantages.  XACT Systems’ Manure Composting Technology — The BioReactor is proving to be a wise choice by farmers in all animal farming operations including dairy, beef, horse, poultry and fish.  How many farmers think that composting manure is a good manure management strategy?  If so, how many farms are now using manure composting technology?

manure composting technology

Viewed here from the in-feed end, this BioReactor is composting dewatered dairy manure in just 4 days.

Economic Advantages of XACT’s Manure Composting Technology:

Environmental Advantages of XACT’s Manure Composting Technology:

1700 Cow Dairy Composts Dewatered Manure for Bedding

The XACT BioReactor on this dairy operation is 10’ diameter by 60’ long. It has to turn 45 to 50 tons of dewatered cow manure 240 times per day, 365 days per year.  After taking a look at the robust mechanical characteristics of the XACT BioReactor drum and the heavy duty drive system, this dairy operation was confident in the ability of the XACT system to handle the staggering weights of waste material to be processed daily. Check out all the specs for the BioReactor by clicking on xactsystemscomposting.com/bioreactor/.

Dewatered cow manure is fed into the vessel by a conveyor. Because the infeed opening is located in the upper quadrant of the stationary infeed end, the BioReactor can be filled to 70% capacity. Remarkably, a 7.5 hp variable speed drive turns the BioReactor and its load.

After a 4-day retention period in the vessel, the discharged compost is taken back to the barn to be used as bedding for the herd. Upon discharge the compost is pathogen free, weed seed free, insect larvae free, and odorless. At this point the compost is about 50% moisture, and therefore as it gets blown into the stalls there is minimal airborne dust. Most importantly, the cows love it as it provides exceptional comfort.

Please share your thoughts about composting manure.  Many thanks, D.

 

Manure Composting Equipment at Pete and Gerry’s Organic Egg Farm

industrial composting technology for composting manure, mortalities,  litter, egg processing waste

This BioReactor is 6′ diameter by 30′ long and is able to compost manure as well as many other forms of organic waste.

Manure composting equipment at Pete and Gerry’s Organic Egg Farm, supplied by XACT Systems Inc., allows these innovative organic farmers to manage their poultry manure with the same approach/philosophy as they apply to all their farming practises: reducing pollution, maintaining healthy soil, and conserving water and other precious resources.

Pete & Gerry’s Organic Eggs has been farming for four generations. They are totally committed to producing the highest-quality, freshest eggs possible. Organic eggs means that no antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, GMO or animal by-products are used.   In addition, Pete & Gerry’s is a values-led company, dedicated to humane treatment of animals–no cages–with free range barns.  The company is a champion of small family farms believing that these kinds of farms are the best stewards of environmental sustainability.

The manure composting equipment chosen for the job is the BioReactor Composting System built by XACT Systems Inc.

manure composting equipment

Organic poultry farm composts poultry manure to determine viability of producing and marketing compost made from manure of the organic laying hen farm. The BioReactor discharges the finished compost onto a conveyor.

Always looking to the future, Pete & Gerry’s wanted to test an idea they have for producing compost from the poultry manure.  They want to capitalize on the marketing potential of this specialized compost–possibly as an organic soil amendment.   The BioReactor is 6′ diameter by 30′ long (1.8m x 9 m) and has a total processing capacity of 22 cubic yards (16 cubic metres).

This pilot project to test XACT’s manure composting equipment and producing great compost is just nicely underway and so far the results are promising.  Stay tuned for more updates as the trial continues.

 

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