Thursday, 13 December 2012


Our dealers report that the recent publicity regarding deaths caused by hydrogen sulphide emissions from stored slurry within livestock buildings has led to increased interest in the Ameram Aeromixer.

Farmers who had planned to install a traditional mixing system in their new buildings have opted to use our safer low-rate intermittent slurry aeration system.  The Ameram slurry air mixing system also provides them with numerous other practical and economic benefits.  Check out these benefits here

Click here to see the report by the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute and Teagasc into Hydrogen Sulphide emissions from stored slurry which has undergone low-rate intermittent aeration.