WORKING WITH THE CHEMISTRY IN YOUR MANURE
TRIUNE® is the only complete solution available on the market to reduce odor, solids, and protect nutrients in your manure from the pit to the plant.
TRIUNE utilizes patented chemistry to deliver unmatched results. Simply pour a SINGLE APPLICATION of TRIUNE into your pit/lagoon and watch it go to work immediately.
When animal manure odor is not controlled, it can give off a very strong odor, which is mostly caused by high ammonia levels. When TRIUNE is applied, it reacts with the bicarbonates in the manure and stirs up the anaerobic atmosphere that manure sits in. Its negatively charged molecule disperses through the lagoon or pit, splitting the ammonium bicarbonate and attaching to the positively charged ammonium that is either floating freely or attached as a bicarbonate. Once TRIUNE attaches to ammonium, it can reduce total ammonia levels by more than 50%.
TRIUNE AND SOLIDS
TRIUNE, when added to manure acts as a dispersant, bringing the solids from the bottom of the pit or lagoon into liquid suspension, creating a more homogenized manure. Being a much heavier product than the manure, TRIUNE sinks to the bottom, dissolving into the solids throughout the lagoon, bringing them into suspension.
As manure continues to build up, TRIUNE has the unique ability to provide season long protection in keeping the solids in a suspension. This allows for a more consistent flowable product as the manure is pumped out. As the manure is more homogenous/consistent, this prevents streaking in the field and provides better nutrient distribution.
NUTRIENTS HOG MANURE
TRIUNE’S ability to homogenize manure means your manure will have a more consistent nutrient analysis. The manure will have more nitrogen as TRIUNE reduces ammonia loss.
HOG MANURE TRIAL
TRIUNE was added to a 400,000 gallon hog pit at the rate of 18 oz per 4,000 gallons of manure. The lagoon was treated on February 23, 2018. On April 11, 2018 three samples from the TRIUNE treated barn and the adjacent control barn were taken as they were hauling the manure to the fields for application. The results were sent to the lab to compare the nutrient analysis from untreated and TRIUNE treated manure.
HOG MANURE TRIAL
TRIUNE was added to a 1,500,000 litre hog pit at the rate of 0.5L per 15,000 litres of manure. The lagoon was treated on February 23, 2018. On April 11, 201 three samples from the TRIUNE treated barn and the adjacent control barn were taken as they were hauling the manure to the fields for application. The results were sent to the lab to compare the nutrient analysis from untreated and TRIUNE treated manure.
NUTRIENTS DAIRY MANURE
TRIUNE was added to a 4 million gallon dairy lagoon at the rate of 18 oz per 14,000 gallons of manure. The lagoon was treated in June, 2017 and samples were taken in November 2017 as they were hauling the manure to the fields for application. The results were sent to the lab to compare the nutrient analysis from untreated and TRIUNE treated manure.
TRIUNE was added to a 15 million litre dairy lagoon at the rate of 0.5l per 53,000 litre of manure. The lagoon was treated in June 2017 and samples were taken in November 2017 as they were hauling the manure to the fields for application. The results were sent to the lab to compare the nutrient analysis from untreated and TRIUNE treated manure.
TRIUNE APPLICATION RATE
HOG MANURE- 1L PER 30 TON AND 1 QT PER 7,000 GALLONS
DAIRY MANURE- 1L PER 60 TONS AND 1QT PER 14,000 GALLONS
+ HOW IS TRIUNE APPLIED?
TRIUNE needs to be applied directly to the liquid portion of the manure. If there is a crust present, the crust will need to be broken and the TRIUNE applied through a tube to the liquid portion below the crust.
+ HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO APPLY TRIUNE?
TRIUNE can be applied as little as one time per season. Many customers apply TRIUNE twice, once when the pit/lagoon is 20% full and the second time at least 2 weeks before the lagoon/pit is pumped out.
+ WHAT PACKAGING IS TRIUNE AVAILABLE IN?
TRIUNE is packaged in either 2.5 gallon (10 litre) jugs or 265 gallon (1000 litre) totes.
+ HOW LONG WILL TRIUNE LAST IN MY PIT/LAGOON?
TRIUNE is effective for 9-12 months or until the manure body is pumped out. TRIUNE will need to be added each time the manure is pumped out. It does not leave a residual after it is pumped out.
+ WHAT IS THE REACTION, AND DOES IT PRODUCE DANGEOUS GASSES?
The initial reaction you may see when TRIUNE is applied is a small amount of CO2 being off gassed. There is no more CO2 being let off than when you shake and then open a can of soda. These are not harmful gasses and is merely a pH reaction between an acid and a base, similar to vinegar and baking soda.
+ DO I NEED TO MIX MY MANURE WHEN ADDING TRIUNE?
No, TRIUNE will disperse and translocate through the lagoon or pit by itself. It is a natural dispersant, which is one of the many benefits of TRIUNE.
+ HOW MANY PLACES DO I NEED TO ADD TRIUNE?
In most cases, TRIUNE can be added in just one spot. If you are needing TRIUNE to work faster, you can put TRIUNE in multiple places to facilitate faster movement. In underground facilities, if the manure is separated underground, you will need to apply TRIUNE in each section to ensure maximum efficiency.
+ HOW LONG DOES TRIUNE NEED TO BE IN MY LAGOON?
TRIUNE works best if it is applied when your pit/lagoon is over 20% full and will last until you are ready to pump out.
+ HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO NOTICE A DIFFERENCE?
Once TRIUNE is applied, you can notice a difference in as little as 24-48 hours. In some cases, it will take up to 7 days to notice a difference and for TRIUNE to become fully integrated into your manure.
+ HOW DOES TEMPERATURE AFFECT TRIUNE'S PERFORMANCE?
As long as the manure body has liquid, TRIUNE will not be affected by temperature. It works with the chemistry that is in your manure and has no negative impact on the biology.
+ I DONT COMPLETELY EMPTY MY LAGOON OR PIT, HOW DO I CALCULATE HOW MUCH TRIUNE TO ADD?
You will need to calculate how much manure you pumped out and then treat the total amount of manure that will be in your pit/lagoon when you plan to pump out.