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Bio Rein (product 508) is an acidic cleaning agent for effective non-tox safe hygienic cleaning of animal accommodation. The product is designed to powerfully tackle both soft (organic) and hard (mineral) soiling, making it an ideal choice for farmers and livestock owners who require a thorough and complete cleaning of their animal quarters.
Bio Rein is also designed to lower the acidity for a correct microbiological balance, which contributes to an optimal environment for the animals. Another important advantage of Bio Rein is that it is harmless to the processes in the manure pit. This means that the product has no negative influence on the natural degradation processes of manure, which contributes to a sustainable and more environmentally friendly solution for cleaning animal accommodation.
- Powerful on both soft (organic) and hard (mineral) pollution
- Lowers the acidity for a correct microbiological balance
- Harmless to the processes in the manure pit
Organic pollution refers to the accumulation of natural materials, such as plant debris, animal manure and food scraps, that come from biological sources. Examples of organic pollution are:
- Animal manure from chickens, cows, pigs, etc.
- Food scraps, such as vegetables, fruit and meat
- Plant remains and soil material
- Bird and other animal droppings
- Grease, oil and other organic materials
Organic pollution can lead to the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi. It is therefore important to regularly remove organic pollution from animal shelters and other environments where animals reside.
Hard fouling refers to the accumulation of inorganic materials, such as minerals, lime and salts, that come from non-biological sources. Examples of hard pollution are:
- Lime scale
- Rust and other metal deposits on surfaces
- Stubborn stains and discolorations on floors and walls
- Accumulation of salts and minerals in water pipes and irrigation systems
- Cement and concrete residues on surfaces