Mixing has two principal functions
As we know, slurry is composed of a liquid portion and elements in suspension which usually precipitate rapidly and form layers.
  • A layer of material precipitated at the bottom, denser and richer in mineral elements, amongst which is phosphor.
  • A liquid division in the centre which contains soluble elements (ammoniacal nitrogen, potassium)
  • A crust composed of cellulose material, less dense and less rich, in contact with the air and which is frequently dry.
This sedimentation of nutrients in the various strata of the slatted floor, has clear consequences when spreading the mineral elements contained in the slurry.
The principal consequence is to mix the slurry for when we spread it in the field. The nutrients are mixed evenly, from the first to the last bucket.
The second reason, but no less important, is the solids precipitated at the bottom of the tanks, are not mixed, and thus are not taken out with the bucket. In this case, over time we lose tank capacity until a point is reached where the bucket cannot load due to too much solid fraction.
Electric agitator (designed for livestock)
Submersibles agitators 2.2 to 18.5 kW, high quality, flexible and safe.
Fixing systems for agitators
Manufactured in hot-dipped galvanized steel or stainless steel. Directional supports allow variation of the agitation angle. Elevator with anti-backflow device.