Amerimulch System Uses Less Water to Color Mulch
New system reduces need for water
Date Posted: 12/2/2003
Amerimulch has developed a new mulch coloring system that reduces the need for water in the process.
The new Amerimulch H2NO™ Reduced Water Colorant Delivery System reduces water by 25%-50%, depending on the kind of wood fiber, according to Amerimulch design engineer Rick Stoneking. “With the right fiber, they can make a yard of mulch with six gallons of water per yard,” he said. The new system can be retrofitted to Amerimulch mulch coloring systems.
The Amerimulch H2NO™ Reduced Water Colorant Delivery System features an array of nozzles and hoses and a high pressure delivery system that creates a foggy mist to deliver the colorant to the wood fiber.
Besides reducing water use, the improved process results in faster drying times, less wash-off and lower shipping weights while producing quality colored mulch.
For more information, contact Amerimulch at (888) 556-3304.
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