Insulated Compost Tumbler
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The Jora Composter simplifies and speeds up the process of making compost. It is a 'continuous-use' dual chamber composter. Dual chambers allow you to keep adding new materials to one compartment while the other matures. Because the unit is insulated and sealed, it converts kitchen waste to compost in 2-8 weeks.
The Jora Composter will accept organic kitchen/household waste or anything biodegradable, including citrus, meat and bones. After adding waste, it will take about 6 to 8 weeks for each chamber to produce compost. Once both chambers are in operation you should be emptying one chamber every 6 to 8 weeks.
Jora Compost Tumbler 125
Capacity: 2-4 gal/week
Volume: 4.5 cubic feet (33 gal)
Weight: Approx 64 lbs
Dimensions: 37"L x 28"W x 48"H
Jora Compost Tumbler 270
Capacity: 6-8 gal/week
Volume: 9.5 cubic feet (70 gal)
Weight: Approx 86 lbs
Dimensions: 44.5"L x 28"W x 50"H
Jora Compost Tumbler 400*
Capacity: 13-21 gal/week
Volume: 14.2 cubic feet (104 gal)
Weight: Approx 161 lbs
Suitable for: Larger households, Restaurants, Schools, Larger quantities of kitchen and garden waste.
*This tumbler is available as special order only, please call us at (831) 624-1222 or email [email protected] for more information.*
Dimensions: 55"L x 32"W x 53"H
- 'Continuous-use' dual chamber composter
- Dual chamber lets you keep adding new materials in one bin while other matures
- Easy to use - rotates easily for maximum aeration
- Insulated - great for cool climates and all-weather composting
- Fully-enclosed and pest resistant
- Elevated rodent proof design
- Reduces odors
- Insulation: 2.16" HDPE polyethylene - a stable, non-toxic plastic
- Galvanized steel stand
- Rust-proof stainless steel hardware
- Aeration Holes: Yes
- Latching Lid: Yes
- Number of Access Doors: 2
- Vents: Yes
- Compost Completion Time: 6 - 8 Weeks
This is an extremely well thought out and designed composting system, well worth the relatively premium price. The insulation in this unit sets it apart from any other system. Our first batch started during the coldest week of 2020, however we had steam heat by day three and within the week the batch was at cooking temp. Eco Carmel provided great tip of wood pellets for dry material, as well as helpful hints for assembly. Highly recommend following the manufacturer's assembly vid on Youtube. Assembly took me about 60 min. There are few products I've encountered that I'd recommend as highly as this.
After much research I landed on this killer Scandanavian composting system. Assembly took about 3 hours and went smoothly (with help of info provided by Eco Carmel, as well as Jora's online videos). Buying wood pellets per Eco Carmel's suggestion is highly advised, to easily adjust wet and dry material balance. Food waste heated day two, amd by the end of a week had decent cook going. I'm a newbie so I'm still learning how to maintain the propper wet-dry ratios, but this system is virtually foolproof, and well worth the cost. My firstbatch looked and smelled awesome. Extremely well thought out and designed system.