Efficient processing of liquid manure
The mobile container system for liquid manure separation.
From waste product to recyclable material: Liquid manure can be processed efficiently and cost-effectively with the MoRoPlant20 mobile container solution. The heart of the plant is the decanter from Flottweg. This enables farmers to achieve particularly high separation efficiencies for phosphate and nitrogen.
Livestock farmers, agricultural consortia and farm outfitters are looking for new economical and environmentally friendly ways to process pig and cattle manure. Above all, the high phosphate and nitrogen content in liquid manure is critical for its storage, transport and further processing.
The MoRoPlant separation system offers a simple and efficient solution: It separates liquid manure into solids and process water even before storage. The dry solids extracted can even be sold as garden or spreading fertilizer.
Users who are interested in the separation system also benefit from Flottweg's comprehensive advice and service. For example, it is possible to obtain an individually tailored test system to determine specific separation efficiencies and to test the functionality of MoRoPlant in your own facilities.
Application area: liquid manure processing
The MoRoPlant compact plant for an efficient dewatering of liquid manure. From liquid manure to natural fertilizer and process water.
How MoRoPlant works
The energy-saving compact plant is located in a container and can be used in different locations. Before the separation process, a special flocculant consisting of bentonite and starch is added to the liquid manure. The separation takes place in a Z-series modular high-performance decanter from Flottweg.
Through the combination of flocculant and high-performance decanter, the separation system achieves a dry solids content of over 30 percent. A special feature is the highly efficient separation of phosphate: up to 99 percent phosphate is bound in the solids. For nitrogen, the liquid manure separation rates are over 60 percent (dairy cattle) and over 40 percent (pig) respectively. The German Agricultural Society has awarded the "DLG recognized" test seal in gold affirming the high degree of selectivity.
Liquid manure separation in detail
Due to its high centrifugal acceleration (approx. 2,500-5,000 rpm), the decanter efficiently separates the solids in the liquid manure from the liquid phase. Because the suspended particles have a higher density, they collect on the bowl wall. The scroll conveyor transports the solids continuously to the discharge. The liquid phase flows off as process water along the scroll.
Excellent in DLG test
The excellent separation results of MoRoPlant20 have been confirmed by the German Agricultural Society in an extensive field trial. For these results, the separation system received the "DLG recognized" test seal in gold.
The measurements took place on a pig farm in Bavaria. The trials were carried out with liquid manure from pig herds and dairy cattle herds, from six separate operations. The separation efficiency for dry solids was more than 80 percent. Nitrogen separation was respectively more than 40 percent (pig liquid manure) or 60 percent (dairy cattle liquid manure). Extremely high phosphate separation rates of over 90 percent were achieved.
Services and assistance from Flottweg
Test, rental or purchase facility?
You are not yet sure whether the mobile separation system is suitable for your operation or you want to determine your specific separation efficiency in advance? You can find out more about our rental plants here. About rental machines
Customer service anytime, anywhere
Even the best system must be serviced. Flottweg has a worldwide network to provide our customers with service and spare parts. To our service worldwide
Would you like to carry out simple maintenance work yourself? We will show you how - in individual and practical machine training courses at the Flottweg headquarters. To our training center
Are you interested in our MoRoPlant container plant for liquid manure separation? Talk to us or write to us!