WHITE AND MIXED WOOD SHAVING ( DUST FREE ) AND SAW DUST FOR ANIMAL BEEDING

WHITE AND MIXED WOOD SHAVING  ( DUST FREE ) AND SAW DUST FOR ANIMAL BEEDING from mohamed adel

By: mohamed adel  01/05/2009
Keywords: chipper, wood chips, saw dust

         NOORWOOD shavings are the perfect choice for high quality, dust extracted horse bedding. Combining the traditional benefits of shavings with an advanced production and control process, our product are independently tested to ensure they stay an industry leader and a bedding you can trust, first time, every time. Produced at our own manufacturing sites, each 25kg, weatherproof bale of NOORWOOD shavings is vacuum packed tight with fresh, dry, softwood shavings taken directly off our production lines to give you a consistently high quality and totally natural product.   With no timber rubbish or external shavings being allowed in our bales, the demand for top performing horse bedding can sometimes exceed the supply of our high quality NOORWOOD shavings
. As such we have limited our distribution to a select number of stockiest who ensure regular customers are well looked after.
HIGH ABSORBENCY  Absorbs 250% of its own weight in minutes(up to 145% more than some)*

LOW DUST CONTENT  Consistently less than 3.75%(some bedding has twice this)*  

LARGE SPREAD VOLUME2.75m2 area (6" deep) filled per 25kg bale(Up to 100% greater than some)* Size of bale:  80cm--38cm--32cm  

LOW SPORE CONTENTAs few as 0 fungal spores per kg(most bedding has millions)*                                      
 
Unlike many other brands on the market, both cheaper and more expensive, NOOR WOOD shavings are a totally natural product that guarantees excellent performance across four critical areas. Many products make similar claims, but how many have independent evidence to back up their promises?      

If you want to know the real story, please come to visit our factories as soon as possible  

Keywords: chipper, saw dust, wood chips, Wood Shaving

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