Organic Waste Composting Machines
 

NON HEATING TYPE IN VESSEL DRUM ORGANIC WASTE COMPOSTER

 A device for all weather, On site, In vessel, labour free, safe, society friendly 100% natural way of composting. Dispose and convert your waste into fertilizer, without the nuisance from odour and insect.

 What is In-Vessel Composting?

• “A process in which compostable material is enclosed in a drum, silo, bin, tunnel, reactor, or other container for the purpose of producing compost, maintained under uniform conditions of temperature and moisture where air-borne emissions are controlled”

• Uses forced aeration and/or mechanical agitation to control conditions and promote rapid composting                  

• Each system design is different, but there are some common elements.

Advantages of In-Vessel Composting

• Composting can be more closely controlled, leading to faster decomposition and more Consistent product quality.

• Effects of weather are diminished

• Less manpower is required to operate the system and staff is less exposed to composting material

• Can often be done onsite, saving collection costs

• Less land area is required

• Process air and leachate can be more easily collected and treated

• Public acceptance of facility may be better

• Can accommodate various types and amounts of organic waste (e.g., odorous bio solids & food)

Factors responsible for composting

CARBON: NITROGEN RATIO

Raw materials blended to provide a C:N ratio of 25:1 to 30:1 are ideal for active composting, although initial ratios of 20:1 up to 40:1 consistently give good results.

OXYGEN

Oxygen is very important in composting because it enhances the growth of aerobic bacteria. Aerobic bacteria are bacteria that grow and live in the presence of oxygen and are very efficient in breaking down waste.

TEMPERATURE

Microbial decomposition during composting releases large amounts of energy as heat, which raises the temperature. Composting is most efficient when the temperature of the composting material is between 55-60 degree Centigrade . Composting stops if the compost becomes too cold or too hot. Hence the temperature to be monitored.

MOISTURE

Moisture is the lifeblood of the metabolic processes of the microbes. Water provides the medium for chemical reactions, transport nutrients and allows the microorganisms to move from place to place. Efficient activity is achieved when the moisture is maintained between 40% and 60%. More the surface area, the faster the decomposition and the more usable compost

BIOCHEST

The BIOCHEST (Organic waste Composting reactor) converts your biodegradable waste into compost (fertilizer) automatically. BIOCHEST was developed after extensive research and development work conducted at our premises in Chennai, India.

BIOCHEST Uses forced aeration and mechanical agitation to control conditions and promote rapid composting. The BIOCHEST is a combination of a device and process, targeting the quickest transformation of biological; waste into consistent - quality compost at the lowest possible cost and management effort. With the BIOCHEST you are ahead of the rest ready to meet any stringent environmental standards that may restrict operations from using traditional disposal methods. With BIOCHEST you will be able to transform your biological and organic wastes into a value added product to your operation and in turn recover some or all of its capital investment.

                                                            BIOCHEST converts all these waste into manure

Salient features of Biochest compared to other systems

 

Disadvantages in other Machines

Advantages in BIOCHEST

No time, microbes and oxygen (air) provided in this system - So it is not a composting system

We are adding microbes, providing aeration through blowers and providing enough time for the microbes to do their work. In our reactor we are providing all the required biotic and abiotic factors required for the microbes to work.

Depends on the heating element

No heating element, The Microbes present, themselves will produce the heat required naturally

Just charring the waste into black colored char by heating

Waste are not charred artificially, they are composted

by the microbes naturally by the process of aerobic

composting

No nutrient value in the

charred material

Very high nutrient value, with more amount of readily

available nitrogen for plants

Power intensive, has it needs enormous heating load

Less power intensive, as there is no heating element

Cannot be used as a fertilizer

Can be used as High quality organic fertilizer

It’s is not a composting reactor, just a mixer. As per the international composting councils the temperature should be maintained 50-60 degree centigrade by removing excess heat by circulating the air inside instead it is fried at more than 100 degree centigrade.

Biochest is a composting reactor.

We are adding microbes, providing aeration through blowers and providing enough time for the microbes to do their work. In our reactor we are providing all the required biotic and abiotic factors required for the microbes to work (Composting).

Needs larger area for curing

No large area needed, only limited space needed for storage bins

No provision provided to control odour and obnoxious gases produced during composting or mixing process

Our reactor has an inbuilt Biofilter, which removes all

the odour and scrubs the obnoxious gases produced

during composting or mixing process. Our system is Odour free

Dangerous gases like SO2 are not scrubbed, will lead to health issue

The biofilter will scrub all the obnoxious gases like

SO2 produced during the composting process. And

releases only the odour free gases out

 

SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL

CAPACITY

(KG/DAY)

SPACE REQUIRED (MM)

DIMENSIONS (MM)

WEIGHT

(KG)

POWER CONSUMPTION/DAY (Rs.)

BACTERIA CULTURE COST/DAY (Rs.)

L

W

H

A

B

C

BC - 25A

25

2600

1800

2200

1600

800

1200

550

105

2.5

BC - 50A

50

2800

2000

2300

1800

1000

1300

650

105

5

BC – 100A

100

3250

2200

2500

2250

1200

1500

800

126

10

BC – 250A

250

4000

2500

2500

3000

1470

1750

1250

168

25

BC – 500A

500

4600

2800

3100

3600

1800

2100

1950

231

50

BC – 750A

750

5000

2900

3500

3600

2200

2600

1950

231

75

BC – 1000A

1000

5500

3000

3500

4500

2300

2600

2700

336

100

BC – 1500A

1500

5500

3000

3500

4750

2700

2600

2800

336

150

Electricity charge considered @ Rs.7/ Unit

Note: we suggest organic shredder to be used with machines of 100kg/day capacity or more for better composting.

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