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penergetic g

Take the advantage with Penergetic for homogeneuous farm manure.

penergetic g supports the reduction of layers in liquid manure to reduce the stirring effort. This promotes a homogeneous slurry that can be better spread. Aerobic manure gives you a noticeable odour reduction!

When used in the stable, you support the welfare of your animals.


Application

penergetic g is mixed into the liquid manure. Simple insertion via the agitator, the channels or the slatted floors.

An application is recommended by Penergetic Int., but should be adapted to the local conditions, such as consistency of the liquid manure, effects of hygiene or veterinary products, etc.

Dosage penergetic g

Dosage

Calcium Carbonate

Stable: 5-10 gr/LSU(Live-stock-unit)/Week
Pit: 1-2 kg/100 m3 new manure

Molasses

Stable: 5-10 ml/LSU(Live-stock-unit)/Week
Pit: 1-2 l/100 m3 new manure

The indicated dosages are general standards. Please ask for certain types of slurry and have the dosage adapted to the specific needs!

Mode of Action

abatement of odor in liquid manure
Abatement of odour

The activation of existing microorganisms promotes aerobic degradation, which leads to a reduction in odour emissions.

improved cow and pig manure
Suitable for dairy and swine manure

Different products for different applications for an optimal result.

reduce layers in slurry or liquid manure
Helps to remove layers

Functioning microorganisms break down layers and a flowable homogeneous fertilizer is produced.

less agitation required for slurry or liquid manure
Reduces requirement for pit agitation

Due to homogeneity, the stirring effort is reduced, which saves time and costs.

homogeneous slurry as fertilizer
Supports homogeneous fertilizer

Use your own optimized fertilizer directly from your farm!


Testimonials of Penergetic users

slurry lagoon 16 days after treatment with penergetic g

Visibly reduced crust in lagoon of 300 cow free stall dairy in Washington

The application of penergetic g resulted in a significant reduction of the surface crust in the lagoon in Washington within days. The lagoon of the...

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Fliessende und homogene Schweinegülle

Problems with heavy layers in pig slurry are solved

A pig farm in the UK was struggling with floating layers on the slurry. Some of the layers were up to 45cm thick. Sedimentation layers of up to 30cm...

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FAQ

Question 1: What are the effects of penergetic g?

The information that has been programmed on to the carrier material leads to an optimization of the slurry's consistency, making it homogeneous and free-flowing.

The aerobic conversion process (rotting state) reduces floating and sedimentation layers and leads to a reduction in odour emissions. The optimized consistency and the rotting state make the slurry more valuable in terms of its fertilizing effect and less aggressive (less scorching). The slurry is also quicker absorbed after spreading.

Question 2: How does penergetic g work?

Specific parts of oxygen and mineral information are transferred to the product. This information can help the slurry to homogenize and break down the sediment and floating layers. This effect is due to aerobic microorganisms being activated. The putrefaction process is stopped and enhance the rotting process.

Question 3: What is penergetic g used for?

penergetic g can be used for all types of slurry. Special products are available for special types of slurry, such as pig slurry or slurry with a high straw content. However, penergetic g should not be used in biogas plants!

Question 4: How long will it take until results can be observed?

How long it will take for the first reactions to take place after initial application of the products depends on the original condition of the slurry. In favorable conditions the effects may become visible after approx. 3 - 4 weeks. On average the slurry will be in a rotting state after 3 - 4 months (sometimes a floating layer forms at the surface. However, this does not have an adverse effect on the process). In difficult cases the transformation may take up to a year.

Question 5: Does penergetic g improve the soil structure?

Long-term use of slurry that has been treated with penergetic g can improve the soil structure since it promotes humification. This in turn promotes natural soil life and, ultimately, improve the fertility of the soil.


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