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Published Oct 29, 2019 

SUNCUE Rice Husk Furnace: From Fossil Fuel Agriculture to Ecological Cycle Agriculture

In order to pursue high production, fossil fuel is used in large quantities in modern agricultural activities. The large-scale use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides requires oil as raw materials; agricultural machinery also uses diesel and natural gas for production activities. This is fossil fuel agriculture.

Excessive use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers will accumulate in the soil, pollute the soil, water, air, and pollute the ecological environment. Agricultural machinery consumes a large amount of diesel and natural gas, and produces carbon dioxide greenhouse gases, causing extreme weather. Heavy rains and droughts have caused crops to cut production and farmers have suffered losses. In order to cope with climate extremes, many countries are exploring ways to move from petrochemical agriculture to ecological recycling agriculture.

SUNCUE Company Ltd. launched a biomass energy rice husk furnace dryer to use rural waste rice husk as fuel to achieve the effects of environmental protection, energy conservation and emission reduction, and to realize the transformation from petroleum agriculture to ecological recycling agriculture.

Fossil fuel free, energy saving

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The biomass energy furnace can be fully automatic and constant temperature drying. The temperature of the hot air is precisely controlled by the computer, and the agricultural products are quickly and uniformly dried at a low temperature to help farmers to produce high-quality, high-priced various grains, improve grain quality and increase farmers' income.

Rice processing enterprises can use the rice husk left after rice milling as a heat source, which can save huge fuel costs every year, greatly reduce drying costs and increase corporate profits. At the same time, compared with other fuels with different levels of CO2 emissions, rice husks can basically achieve "0" emissions.

Fully automated design, simple operation and management, one person can manage the drying center with daily processing capacity of hundreds of tons or even thousands of tons. These are the advantages of the SUNCUE rice husk furnace drying center.

Multi-purpose grain dryer to improve economic efficiency

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The automatic furnace has a large investment at one time, so the development tends to be multi-purpose for one machine, which can dry a variety of grains and agricultural products, thereby increasing the utilization rate.

In addition to self-use, a large number of generations of dry work can also increase farmers' income. This can also solve the problem of high yield and increase the price of agricultural products.

Taking a farm as an example, three sets of rice furnace drying centers are used, and rice husk, a by-product of rice milling, is used as a heat source. The heat source was designed by SUNCUE Company Ltd., on the one hand, the work of drying rice and glutinous rice was completed, and on the other hand, the cement drying room was connected. In the non-rice drying season, various agricultural products such as garlic, peanuts, and longan are dried, and the equipment utilization rate is greatly improved.

SUNCUE equipment only needs 1ton wet paddy husk to dry 3tons wet paddy. The farm only needs to dry the next batch of paddy with 1/3 of the paddy husk, and the remaining 2/3 of the paddy husk can dry the economic crops in the surrounding areas, such as chili, onion, garlic, beans, dried longan and spices. In this way, it not only increases the income of the surrounding farmers, but also increases the income of the farm.

Reuse of rice husk ash to produce organic fertilizer

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The rice husk ash produced by the rice husk furnace is rich in magnesium, phosphorus, calcium and potassium, and is a good organic fertilizer material. The farm uses rice husk ash to produce organic fertilizer, which is applied to rice fields to improve the soil; in addition, excess organic fertilizer can be sold. The agricultural production chain realizes the integration of upstream and downstream, and the “paddy-rice-husk-husk ash organic fertilizer” is recycled, without increasing carbon emissions and not wasting resources.

The current grain production has gradually become larger and more intensive, and the development of grain dryers has also become larger, more efficient, and more automated. The Biomass Rice Husk Dry Furnace Drying Center not only helps farmers increase the value of various grains, but also provides fresh, nutritious, safe, healthy and healthy cereals. At the same time, it reduces the consumption of fossil fuels, reduces drying costs, saves equipment investment, improves equipment utilization, and promotes agriculture from petroleum agriculture to ecological recycling agriculture.

For more information about drying technology please contact us or visit our website : www.suncue.com  | whatsapp: +91 9554191168 | email : in@suncue.com

About SUNCUE : SUNCUE, established in 1966, exported to more than 50+ countries around the world. SUNCUE has been continuously inventing pioneered drying technology over the past 50 years. Pursuing lowest drying cost, producing highest quality grain, providing greatest benefit to farmers. Professional use design, high durability, simple operation, easy management. Using discarded resources such as husk, wood chips and corn cobs. Cost saving and environmentally friendly.

SUNCUE drying complex with low temperature, fully automatic control system, and speedy drying technology, thousands of tons of grains can be managed by a single operator every day. By applying SUNCUE even, low temperature, and speedy drying techniques, grain quality and germination rate also can be enhanced to generate benefit and income.

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Oct 29, 2019
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