Continuous Flow Through Reactor Symbi Style | Symbi Biological

Continuous Flow Through Reactor is a funny name for a worm bin. It sounds complex, but it’s probably the simplest worm bin design you can have. Basically, it’s a box with a grid at the bottom as shown in the Wormery post here on this blog. Professionally engineered Continuous Flow Through Reactors (CFTR) have a winch at the bottom of the system on both sides to pull a knife-like bar across the bottom to extract the worm castings. This removal allows for more space to put your feedstock on top of the system for a continuous flow. Food on top. Castings on the bottom. Most of the wo….

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