SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE ODOR WITH TRIUNE®

Triune, when added to manure isolates and stabilizes the source of the odor. 

Triune's negatively charged molecule is able to bind to positively charged ammonium. Once bound, the conversion to ammonia is significantly reduced.  This means more nitrogen stays in your manure and less is released as an odor contributing greenhouse gas. 


AMMONIA REDUCTION DEMONSTRATION

THE FOLLOWING CHART IS AN EXAMPLE OF A TRIAL THAT COMPARED THE AMMONIA REDUCING ABILITY OF TRIUNE AGAINST UNTREATED MANURE.

 

IN BARN AMMONIA READINGS SHOWING TRIUNE AMMONIA CONTROL

The trial above was conducted during the winter when baseline ammonia readings at this facility are typically lower. You can expect a small spike in ammonia readings after applying triune due to the agitating effect of triune on the manure.

 

EXAMPLES OF INCREASED NITROGEN CONTENT DUE TO AMMONIA REDUCTION.

HOG MANURE NITROGEN CONTENT

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DAIRY MANURE NITROGEN CONTENT

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Triune treated will typically contain higher nitrogen content than untreated manure as more nitrogen is retained in the manure. 


REAL ODOR CONTROL