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FEECO started its business in 1951 offering fertilizer granulation systems using inorganic raw materials. Today, we have refined the process to provide you with a state-of-the-art system for your granulation needs.


Automated with Rockwell Automation

All FEECO equipment and process systems can be outfitted with the latest in automation controls from Rockwell Automation. The unique combination of proprietary Rockwell Automation controls and software, combined with our extensive experience in process design and enhancements with hundreds of materials provides an unparalleled experience for customers seeking innovative process solutions and equipment.

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Wet Granulation Systems

FEECO specializes in wet granulation systems (also commonly referred to as non-pressure, tumble growth, or agitation agglomeration) – a classical approach to fertilizer granulation using a rotary drum or disc pelletizer to form the granules, followed by a drying, screening, and recycle circuit. This system is very flexible and is widely used to produce a variety of different fertilizer and soil amendment products, including:

  • DAP (di-ammonium phosphate) and MAP (mono-ammonium phosphate)
  • NPK Grades
  • Potash (KCl)
  • Ammonium Sulfate
  • TSP (triple super phosphate) and SSP (single super phosphate)
  • Urea
  • Pipe Reactor Grades
  • Llimestone, gypsum, etc.
  • Micronutrients (Zinc Sulfate, Magnesium Sulfate, etc.)
  • Animal Feeds – DCP (di-calcium phosphate), MCP (mono-calcium phosphate), and DFP (de-flourinated phosphate)

NPK Granulation

FEECO International installed its first NPK Granulation plant in 1953 for Agway Fertilizer Company at Lyons, New York. The following year complete battery limit NPK granulation plants were engineered, designed, fabricated and installed world wide. FEECO has been able to stay in the forefront of NPK urea technology by working very closely with both equipment suppliers and customers throughout the world and is indebted to the IFDC for its assistance in urea technology. As the fertilizer industry expands and world wide awareness increases about the agricultural and economic benefits of high urea NPK fertilizers, FEECO has made a commitment to build on its long-standing expertise and maintain its leadership in the design, fabrication, and supply of fertilizer based products.

Pipe Reactor System

The TVA Pipe Reactor System – An important development in energy and cost reduction in the modern MAP (Mono-Ammonium Phosphate),DAP (Di-Ammonium Phosphate), and ammonium sulfate fertilizer processing plants.

FEECO has been leading the industry in modernizing the Pipe Reactor design. Starting with a complete review of all existing equipment, a complete proposal will be submitted incorporating the pipe cross reactor into your new or existing facility. Features of the Pipe Reactor include:


  • Heat of reactions utilized to remove moisture from product
  • Increases productivity
  • Lower production costs
    • Formula cost savings
    • Less fuel consumption
  • Lower moisture content in product to the dryer
  • Lower recycle rate
  • Better product
    • Harder Granules
    • Granules more uniformly sized
    • Results in less dust
    • Better chemical analysis
    • Homogenous product particles eliminate NPK segregation during handling and shipping


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Why Choose FEECO?

FEECO has been a leader in fertilizer production equipment and systems for over 60 years. Our experience and material knowledge is second to none, so you can be confident that you’re getting the best solution for the job, whether you’re looking to optimize your current process, replace existing equipment, or develop a new product and process altogether.

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