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AMMONIA KILLS YOUR SHOW STOCK'S POTENTIAL!

 

 

Note: Application directions are below the chart.

Ammonia levels can reach extremely toxic and harmful levels when your prized livestock is confined in stalls and coolers.  Protect yourself and your valuable show stock from costly respiratory ailments.  The chart below will give you an idea of how unhealthful cooler and stall conditions can become. 

IMPACT OF AMMONIA ON HEALTH
Ammonia Level
Effect
5 ppm
Lowest level detectable by smell
25 ppm
Maximum NIOSH* - allowed level for an hour exposure
35 ppm
Maximum NIOSH* - allowed level for a 15 minute short-term exposure
50 ppm
Severe reductions in animal performance and health; increased possibility of pneumonia
*NIOSH - National Institute of Occupational Safety Health

SAFEGUARD YOUR SHOW STOCK'S HEALTH & PROVIDE THEM WITH THE BEST ENVIRONMENT BY REMOVING HARMFUL LEVELS OF AMMONIA AND ODORS WITH SWEET PDZ

SWEET PDZ USAGE/APPLICATION

INITIAL APPLICATION: Strip out wet and soiled bedding material.  Apply a visible and comprehensive covering of Sweet PDZ on the floor of the cooler/stall.  Generally this works out to be approximately 4-6 cups of Sweet PDZ. 

REGULAR MAINTENANCE: For optimal ammonia adsorption/odor control and moisture absorption, remove wet bedding material regularly (DAILY WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST RESULTS) and cover the wet area with a visible amount (generally 1-2 cups) of Sweet PDZ. 

SMELL THE DIFFERENCE: You will smell a noticeable difference in your stall/cooler.  You'll also be on your way to a safe environment in which to work and a healthier atmosphere for your show stock to reside in. 

SWEET PDZ is NOT Barn Lime/Ag Lime or hydrated lime: Sweet PDZ is a natural Zeolite mineral.  It is much different than Barn Lime/Ag Lime, which is Calcium Carbonate or Hydrated Lime, Calcium Hydroxide. 

Barn Lime has essentially little or no ability to take up ammonia.  If you dump enough lime on a urine spot, you may succeed in covering up the ammonia and odors.  However, the ammonia remains and will eventually fill the environment again. 

Hydrated lime may do a little better job of hiding the ammonia odor and taking up moisture versus Barn Lime, however, hydrated lime's interaction with ammonia eventually exacerbates the odor problem.  WHY?  Because ammonia evolution takes place in a "basic"  (a high pH) environment.  Hydrated lime's composition is "basic," therefore contributing to the evolution of ammonia.  A more technical explanation can be stated this way: Urine contains an unstable molecule (NH2).  Lime and bacteria force the NH2 molecule to pick up another hydrogen atom.  NH2 becomes HH3, which is ammonia gas.   

HOW AND WHY SWEET PDZ WORKS: Sweet PDZ actually "captures" ammonia and its odor through a natural mineral process.  Each granule of Sweet PDZ contains thousands of microscopic crystals which trap moisture and ammonia molecules through a chemical process called, CATION EXCHANGE.  Once trapped inside the crystalline structure, the ammonia and its associated odors and wetness are no longer present. 

Sweet PDZ possesses another characteristic called, ADSORPTION.  This happens on the surface of the granule and it involves the "sticking" of the gas molecule to the surface of the crystal. 

BOTTOM LINE:  Sweet PDZ does not cover up ammonia odor - it completely and safely eliminates it. 

$3.00 REBATE OFFER: Send in your sales receipt from your retailer, along with the UPC bar code from the back of the bag and we'll send you a $3.00 Rebate Check on your first purchase.  Be sure to include your mailing address*. 

Send Rebate to:
PDZ Company, LLC
1212, N. Washington St.
Suite 107
Spokane, WA 99201

*We cannot send rebate check to P.O. Boxes.  One rebate per household, please. 

   

 

 
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