Clingseal

 

Rhino Clingseal helps farmers to protect their investment in terms of time, effort and money by providing clamps with an improved air barrier.


 

What is Rhino Clingseal?

Rhino Clingseal is a new generation clamp sheet that sits directly beneath the traditional silage sheet. The way this product works is quite simple, it can “cling” more closely to the contours of the clamp’s surface and can tuck better at the sides. In comparison with standard sheeting, Rhino Clingseal is a thin, flexible low permeability ­film. It is specially designed to closely follow and cling to the clamp surface where it prevents pockets of trapped air forming to significantly reduce aerobic spoilage on the top and shoulders. As Rhino Clingseal provides an effective air seal and creates the right anaerobic conditions, it also facilitates a faster, more efficient fermentation process to deliver enhanced silage quality. By using this new type of film, this will help you to reduce waste and produce better quality silage.


Top tips for applying Rhino Clingseal:

  • Clamp must be filled and compacted correctly before applying the product
  • Never overfill the clamp as it can exacerbate the problem of surface water
  • Apply the Clingseal to the clamp surface as soon as possible after filling
  • Ensure you take extra care when finishing, sealing and covering the pit to achieve high standards
  • Make sure the film is tucked in well where it meets the clamp walls
  • Once the Clingseal is in place, use high quality Rhino sheeting to cover the clamp
  • Ensure sheets are weighted down firmly
  • Once all the above steps have been completed, Rhino protection nets should be used to ensure the pit is covered and protected fully
  • Silo bags should then be put in place to ensure the protection net is in a fixed position

Rhino Clingseal come in a range of sizes including:

40μm 8m x 50m

40μm 11m x 50m

40μm 16m x 50m

40μm 18m x 50m

 
 
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