The energy (N,P,K) is dependent on the input. The ECOS/Bio-ART process evaporates water and the bacillus additionally reduces weigh with the fermentation process. The output concentrates any non-organic elements such as Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium. For demonstration purposes say the input consists of 1%, N, 1% P and 1% K by weight. After fermentation, the percent of NPK will increase by 3 times.
Each source will have different NPK ratios.
The fermentation process occurs at 140o to 160o F. This temperature kills of any seeds and bacteria subject to heat above 120o F. Additionally, this heat generated in the fermentation process produces a slower releasing N. Upon pelletizing the fertilized is then subjected to additional higher temperatures exceeding 190.