Foamstream Archives - Weedingtech NZ

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How much does Foamstream cost?

Please contact us via our contact form here, or call +44 203 909 0050 to discuss your requirements so that we can provide you with details of our pricing. Alternatively, contact your closest distributor here. […]

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Can I just buy the foam?

Foamstream is Weedingtech’s patented process therefore the foam can only be used with our machinery – it will not work with other solutions. […]

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Where can I buy Foamstream?

Foamstream is available exclusively from Weedingtech and via our approved global network of distributors. Contact us via our contact form here or find your closest distributor for more details here. […]

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Can Foamstream be used around water courses?

Foamstream is safe for use around waterways and delicate ecosystems and is used by water companies around the world. If you’re an organisation working with water, click here to see more about using Foamstream in the utilities sector. For more information on where else Foamstream can be used, click here. […]

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How many applications are usually required in a season?

Typically, weeds treated with Foamstream require just two to three treatments per season (or as little as one if you’re treating moss and algae). This means that it delivers the lowest cost of ownership for users. By comparison, a hot water system would require between five and seven treatments per season, and a minimum of […]

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Why is foam necessary?

The active ingredient in Foamstream is the heat from the hot water. The foam insulates the hot water, ensuring the heat is not lost to the atmosphere. This ensures the heat covers the plant for long enough for it to kill or severely damage the plant. […]

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How does Foamstream work?

The active ingredient in the Foamstream process is the heat in the hot water. The foam simply acts as an insulating blanket over the top of the hot water, ensuring heat is not lost to the atmosphere. The longer a plant is kept in the kill zone (temperatures above 57˚C) the better. By providing a […]

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