penergetic k

Take advantage of biostimulation with the Penergetic technology for accelerated decomposting and better in-barn environment.

penergetic k is a rotting agent for solid manure and compost. It promotes the decomposting of organic material and accelerates the composting process. Aerobic rotting promotes a sustainable formation of humus and consequently adds value to the compost.

When used in composting, penergetic k leads directly to odour reduction and stabilization of the aerobic environment. The product is also suitable for use in the barn. Here, the aerobic process begins immediately after application and is sustainably stabilized. Due to the reduction of odour, this has a direct effect on the in-barn climate and thus also on livestock husbandry.


Application

penergetic k is added to the compost or applied on bedding in the barn. penergetic k can be applied dry (mixed with sand or similar material) or, alternatively can be applied by mixing with water first.

An application is recommended by Penergetic Int., but should be adapted to the local conditions, such as weather, climate, compost composition, etc.

Dosage

Calcium Bentonite

6 gr/m2 or 50 gr/m3

Molasses

6 ml/m2 or 50 ml/m3

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

Mode of Action

Improves compost activity

Better decomposition and conversion of compost results in higher quality.

Supports humus formation

A shortened, aerobic rotting process and the compost obtained improves the formation of humus in the soil.

Mitigates in-barn odours

By promoting ammonia degradation, odour emissions are significantly reduced.

Helps with flies

The absence of smell noticeably reduces fly and insect pressure.

Supports fast rotting

Helps in the conversion of and thus leads to a faster rotting.


Testimonials of Penergetic users

Short-time composting in Canada

penergetic k accelerates the composting process and solves space problems in the composting yard. Furthermore, the compost windrow smells less.

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Successful treatment of solid manure from the cowshed

With penergetic k, the manure from the loose-box rots fast and produces reusable compost. The smell of the manure heap has been significantly reduced.

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FAQ

Question 1: What are the effects of penergetic k?

Application of penergetic k reduces unpleasant odours in animal houses, from compost heaps, manure or organic waste. The composting process itself is accelerated and optimized; the final product (humus) becomes enriched by the aerobic rotting processes.

Question 2: How does penergetic k work?

By activating microorganisms, the base material in the compost heap is transformed into valuable compost. In animal houses it improves sanitation and climate.

Question 3: What is the difference between penergetic k and penergetic b?

penergetic k improves aerobic rotting and accelerates compost conversion. At the same time it can help to improve climate in the animal house by reducing the ammonia content.

penergetic b is used in the field. By activating soil life, soil fertility is improved and the soil structure is optimized.

Question 4: Can a disinfection or reduction of Salmonella and E.Coli be achieved?

penergetic k is not a disinfectant. It works with the existing bacteria, which over time is brought back into balance between "good" and "bad" bacteria. It is possible to support hygienisation through biological activity, which promotes stabilisation of the environment. penergetic k has no chemical effect. This means that there is no direct effect on harmful organisms. By supporting the aerobic environment, salmonella and E. coli cannot develop so well. However, a sustainable reduction depends on other parameters (hygiene, feeding, water quality, etc.).

Question 5: What can penergetic k be used with?

penergetic k can be mixed with barnyard manure, horn, blood and bone meals, composting additives or other chemical and biological products.

It is possible to improve the effectiveness of these agents in this way, therefore we recommend reducing spraying agents. Close observation of the compost is required as well as monitoring the reduction of these agents. Furthermore the agents should be reduced in several steps.


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