With the intense activity of microorganisms, the temperature of your compost rises dramatically, increasing to 60℃. Such a temperature will provide an optimal environment for complex organic materials to decompose. As temperature rises, pathogens, insect eggs, and parasites are destroyed. However, once the temperature is over 70℃, a multitude of microorganisms will die quickly, reducing the quality of your pig waste compost.
Our smart pig manure composting system has a temperature sensor to monitor the fluctuation of the temperature. When high temperatures pose a threat to the living of microorganisms, the pig composter will activate the blending device and aeration system to aerate your pig manure. Of course, if the temperature is low, the heating device will provide heat for thermophilic microorganisms to reproduce. Ideal temperatures will accelerate the process of composting.