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Advantages of filtered bags

  • They remain soft and easy to seal after heat treatment in an autoclave for up to six hours at (125 ° C).
  • There are many models and sizes of standard bags, with different types of filters and we can also customize them for special needs.
  • They can provide an adequate exchange of gases, but excluding water vapour, so that the mycelium or substrate does not dehydrate.
  • They provide a perfect environment for mushroom cultivation. As Unicorn produces its own filters, the gas exchange rate can be adjusted to your needs.
  • They can be used in biological control for the production of fungi and nematodes for biological control of insects and other pest.

UNICORN offers you the most advanced technology and constant innovation, developing the best filter bags - for autoclave or irradiation sterilization - of the market and some unique and patented developments. We give our customers the best service and products of excellent quality at an unbeatable price.

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Filtered Bags

Filters and perforations

UNICORN manufactures its own filters.The customer can choose between various types of filters for their bags, according to their needs of gas exchange, type of substrate formulation, the use to which the bag will be destined, etc. These parameters will define the filter requirements.The main...

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