Best Thermo composter

  • Turns kitchen waste into rich compost
  • Constructed from 100-percent recycled uv-resistant...
  • Two large top flaps for easy filling
  • The Worm Factory 360 has a standard 4-Tray size which is...
  • The redesigned lid converts to a handy stand for trays while...
  • Includes digital instruction manual with step-by-step...
  • Enables Microorganisms To Gain Access To The Composter
  • Protects Against Rodents Entering The Composter
  • Easily Snaps Into Place
  • Enables Microorganisms To Gain Access To The Composter
  • Protects Against Rodents Entering The Composter
  • Easily Snaps Into Place
  • Universal - Fits virtually all composters with an open...
  • Protects against larger animals (rodents) from entering the...
  • Made from High Quality Polypropylene
  • It is resistant to UV rays and to weather conditions and is...
  • It is made of high quality polypropylene
  • It has a capacity of 600 litters

Our Top Thermo composter Pick

Tierra Garden 626002 Small Thermo King Polypropylene Composter (Renewed)
  • Turns kitchen waste into rich compost
  • Constructed from 100-percent recycled uv-resistant polypropylene
  • Two large top flaps for easy filling
  • Easy and convenient assembly
  • 31-1/2-inch long by 31-1/2-inch wide by 50-inch high

Everything for the garden: Thermo composter Video Guide

Recycling is an important topic these days, which is important in many areas of life. There are many ways to support recycling, but you can also do it yourself. This is possible very well at home, especially in the biological field. More specifically, composting of organic waste. Organic waste accumulates daily, usually in the household waste, from where they come to the incinerator and are burned. As an alternative, there is the organic waste bin, in which organic waste can be collected separately, and transported away for composting. From the collected waste compost is made by such companies or they are used for energy production and so sold again in processed form. Instead of simply discarding these precious raw materials, you can use them as a second alternative by adding them to a compost heap. Since a compost heap does not fit in every garden, there is the possibility to recycle your own biowaste, ecologically and economically sensible, in a thermo-composter.

Composting is, simply put, nothing more than the erosion of organic waste by a variety of soil organisms. Whether fruit peels, tree leaves or grass clippings – all this waste is still nutritious and for many creatures their staple food. This is mainly known from earthworms, which, however, play the biggest role in compost nich. More important are on the one hand woodlice and centipedes, which also cope with relatively dry organic waste, on the other hand fungi and bacteria, which decompose already largely processed materials on. Since these creatures can not control their own body temperature, they are dependent on the outside temperature. If they get too cold, their metabolism goes down, causing them to move slower and eat less – composting falter. Although these creatures can not control their body temperature, they do produce heat chemically, which enables them to influence their ambient temperatures and thus indirectly warm themselves up. A good compost heap can reach temperatures of almost 70 ° C! Biologists and chemists are familiar with the term RGT rule (reaction-temperature-sensitivity-rule) that biochemical processes are faster, the warmer it is. At this point the thermo-composter starts. While the creatures in the compost generate heat, the thermo-composter is there to keep this heat in the compost. This is achieved by the construction of a shell of rot-resistant plastic and insulating Kernmaterilien. In this way, high temperatures are achieved even on a small scale and the waste is recycled faster.

Since compost is a habitat for many creatures, it is important to create good living conditions for them. The air supply is important. Although biowaste can be decomposed even without oxygen supply, but only ineffective, instead of real rotting. Thermocomputers must therefore, despite the great importance of insulation, have enough air slots for adequate oxygen supply. Here, the layering of the compost, consisting of layers of moist material in alternation with dry and dimensionally stable brushwood, is also important. As the waste is poured in at the top, there is the oldest compost at the bottom, which can be taken as a nutrient-rich potting soil. Therefore, the thermo-composter in the lower area must have enough flaps, or completely openable side walls, which allow easy removal. Here, however, must be paid to stability. Commercial thermo-compressors have a volume of 200 to 600 liters, which weighs several 100 kg pressure on the walls, especially at high levels. To cheap models are made of comparatively thin material. As a result, both the insulation is worse, and the stability. An ineffective composting and at worst a shortened life of the composter are the consequences. To choose the right size, it depends on the space in the garden. It is essential that the composter stands on earth so that the composting organisms can penetrate the thermocomposter from the ground. On paved or heavily compressed paths, this is hardly possible and full sun locations are unfavorable. So if you only have a suitable place for a small thermo-composter, you should only choose a small model instead of placing a too big model in an unfavorable location. Nevertheless, the bigger the better. Recommended models are, for example, Graf Komposter (280 L), Neudorff Thermo-Composter DuoTherm (530 L), Garantia Composter Eco-King (600 L) or Graf Composter Thermo-King (600 L).

TOP 5 Thermo composter Bestseller

Tierra Garden 626002 Small Thermo King Polypropylene Composter (Renewed)
  • Turns kitchen waste into rich compost
  • Constructed from 100-percent recycled uv-resistant polypropylene
  • Two large top flaps for easy filling
  • Easy and convenient assembly
  • 31-1/2-inch long by 31-1/2-inch wide by 50-inch high
Worm Factory 360 Composting Bin + Moisture and pH Testing Meter Worm Farm Kit (Terracotta)
  • The Worm Factory 360 has a standard 4-Tray size which is expandable up to 8 trays, giving it the largest volume of any home composter.
  • The redesigned lid converts to a handy stand for trays while harvesting the compost.
  • Includes digital instruction manual with step-by-step directions for managing your Worm Factory 360.
  • Moisture meter and pH meter help eliminate any guesswork and allow you to optimize the worm composting process.
  • Built in "worm tea" collector tray and spigot for easy draining.
Exaco Thermo King 900 Giant Composter
  • Newest technology in composter materials
  • Extra large capacity-designed for large yards and lots of leaves
  • Made from recycled plastics, 4mm walls for a longer lasting and more durable composter
  • Easy to assemble, no tools needed
  • 2 Year Warranty
Tierra Garden 626102 Polypropylene Soil Fence for 626002 Small Thermo King Composter
  • Enables Microorganisms To Gain Access To The Composter
  • Protects Against Rodents Entering The Composter
  • Easily Snaps Into Place
  • Brand: Tierra Garden
Tierra Garden 626100 Polypropylene Soil Fence for 626003, Large Thermo King Composter
  • Universal - Fits virtually all composters with an open bottom measuring up to 38" x 38"
  • Protects against larger animals (rodents) from entering the composter
  • Made from High Quality Polypropylene
  • Easily snaps into place
  • Great for drainage