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SOLIDS BUSTER is a very unique digester which was developed in the mid 1990s for the swine industry. Since then, SOLIDS BUSTER has been utilized in swine, dairy and poultry manure.

As a digester this SOLIDS BUSTER is like no other digester on the market. Most all biological digesters require weekly or biweekly applications. SOLIDS BUSTER is added once after each pumping of a pit or lagoon. The longer SOLIDS BUSTER sets, the better it works as a digester reducing solids buildup.

Testing has shown, SOLIDS BUSTER will reduce solids down to the cleanout after a few applications. Once the solids are reduced, SOLIDS BUSTER will keep the solids at a minimum while reducing solid build up and fly habitats. 

Did we mention flies? Eliminate the crust on top the pit and reduce the fly habitat. Cleaning, pressuring washing around the areas where manure sets will also help reduce the fly habitats.

Applications are simple. SOLIDS BUSTER comes in a dry form and will need to be rehydrated to reenergize both the microbes and enzymes. By adding SOLIDS BUSTER with warm water and a brief mixing the bug will come back to life at which time can be added to the pits or lagoons. That is all that is needed until after the pits or lagoons are pumped. Let SOLIDS BUSTER do the work for you.

Pending on the thickness of solids will depend on how much SOLIDS BUSTER will be needed. Where solids are not extremely thick and heavy, one five (5) pound container of SOLIDS BUSTER will treat upwards of 250,000 gallons of manure. This application is the same for swine, dairy, and poultry.

In the event the solids are thick and heavy, the application will be reduced to five (5) pounds to each 150,000 gallons of manure. After the first one or two cycles and the bonding of the solids has been reduced, the next application can be diluted out to an application of five (5) pound to each 250,000 gallons of manure. 

As a note, Digesting solids is not possible without liquids. Once a pit or lagoon have been pumped to the bottom, most often there will be a bit of solids remaining in corners or perhaps where feed has spilled or built up. Those existing solids need to be covered with liquid. It will allow for digesting to continue. Without the liquid, trying to digest solids will be a waste of time and money. 

It is virtually impossible to digest a fiber. In pits and logons, fibers mostly often consist of corn hulls and hair. These can only be removed by pumping. The only way to pump the heavy fibers are to suspend these within the liquid. Once suspended, the liquefied solids can then be pumped and reduced. 

Contact SOLIDS BUSTER at (800) 383-5566 for pricing and a distributor near you today.