Blue impermeable film with oxygen barrier properties, manufactured with multilayer co-extrusion LDPE, and used under silage film to eliminate top and shoulder waste.
Properties and Applications
Used widely, especially in Europe, the process of covering silage with first a thin blue impermeable film, prior to conventionally sheeting with a black cover.
The secondary sheet sucks down onto the silage creating a vacuum, where all oxygen trapped under the cover is absorbed by the natural fermentation process in the clamp.
Complete hermeticism, with no top or shoulder waste.
For an added cost of less than a standard silage sheet, the usual waste can be eliminated 100%.