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Jora JK125 Composter - 4.5 Cubic Feet

Item #: JK125

Our price: $299.00

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This sturdy, Swedish designed 'continuous-use' compost tumbler is insulated for faster composting in cooler climates. The Jora JK125 is an ideal size for smaller households. read more

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The Jora JK125 Composter lets you make perfect compost from your household waste quickly and easily. It is a 'continuous-use' dual chamber composter, so you can add new material to one compartment while the other matures.

It is ideal for rapid composting of kitchen scraps and light garden waste. Suitable for smaller households with 1 to 4 people.

Features & Benefits:

  • 'Continuous-use' dual chamber composter
  • Durable, rust proof galvanized steel construction
  • Holds 4.5 cubic feet (33 gallons) of compost
  • Operating capacity: 2-4 gallons per week
  • Side vents provide aeration, and speed up composting
  • Reduces or eliminates odors
  • Fully-enclosed and pest resistant
  • Rodent proof - elevated so rodents cannot access waste
  • Set up to be either freestanding or mounted

Construction:

  • Exterior: galvanized, powder-coated steel panels
  • Insulation: 2.16" polyethylene - a stable, non-toxic plastic
  • Stand: galvanized steel
  • Stainless steel hardware

Rotating Compost:

  • Easy to rotate - simply turn by hand after adding waste
  • Fresh waste is brought into direct contact with decaying waste
  • Adds air to the mixture, providing oxygen that is vital for the process

Insulation:

The composting process generates heat and different microorganisms work at different temperatures. The insulation in the JK125 composter allows the temperature to rise higher than 160F resulting in faster and more efficient processing of your organic waste. At these temperatures the process is so rapid that fresh waste starts to break down before it has a chance to rot and attract vermin and flies. With its superior insulation, the JK125 Composter will continue working through winter, long after other composters have stopped completely.

Dual Compartments:

The JK125 is divided into two compartments, so one side can be filled while the other side's compost matures. Once the compartment being filled can take no more, the mature compost can be emptied from the other compartment, and the cycle begins again.

What can be composted?

  • Raw and cooked food scraps - vegetable, meat or fish
  • Cardboard containers e.g. egg trays
  • Lawn and garden waste
  • Light pet waste (e.g. rabbit or hamster bedding, not dog waste)

The JK125 Composter will accept organic household waste or anything biodegradable. 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 3 to 4 weeks.

Installation:

We recommend installing the JK125 on the ground rather than mounting it on a wall. If you decide to mount it, you must determine if the wall is strong enough to handle the load.

Warranty

1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Sustainability

Composting reduces landfill waste and produces nutrient rich soil for gardening.

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Additional Information

Capacity 4.5 cubic feet (33 gallons)
Color Hunter Green
Weight 64 lbs.
Material Powder-coated steel
Dimensions 37" L x 28" W x 48" H
Key Feature Compost tumbler with twin insulated compartments - good for smaller households
Manufacturer Jora
Assembly TIme 40 Minutes

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This Product Ships To:
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  • From LT at 2/17/14 1:24 PM
    • We live in CT-- would we be able to compost year-round with a Jora composter? Are there others you sell that we could use in winter?

      And if we go with a Jora, which size? We are a household of three vegetarians, with a 20x30 ft flower garden. But of course, the garden is only producing for about half the year!
    • Yes, you can compost through winter in CT. However, the process will take longer than in summer, and you'll need to add carbon elements to balance all the veggie clippings you'll have available for composting. If you let up on the carbon during winter, the compost will be too moist for active composting. So be sure to save some dry carbon sources from autumn, such as leaves from the numerous deciduous trees in CT. Then add them as you go during the winter months.
      Since you have a garden bed you'll have lots of garden debris to add in the fall. With three people and a 20 x 30 garden plot, you'll be happier with the JK270, at 9.5 cu ft. Once you start producing compost, you always seem to need more.
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  • From Ed Cloughessy at 3/18/14 1:50 PM
    • In the picture of the product, frame does not look very sturdy. Will it support the full weight of the composter when it reaches two thirds or three quarters filled? How will it hold up while trying to spin the composter when it is that full?
    • The frame for the JK125 is very sturdy, due in part to the strut located near the base as well as the cross-bracing. We've used this composter for years - you can load it full to the top and the frame still feels very secure, it does not move or sway when the drum is turned. The drum is very easy to spin even when full, which is not the case with all tumbler models. The frame is also made with stainless steel components. Our composter sits on the dirt all year, with no sign of rust.
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  • From D Hall at 4/16/14 3:17 PM
    • I live in New Mexico, should I put the joraform in the sun or partial sun? I was going to put it out in the back by my garden, but it's full sun all day long. Closer to the house it would have a little shade, it that's what it needs.
      Thank you for your time.
      Donna
    • Closer to the house is a good location because you'll be making frequent trips. If you decide to place the Jora in full sun, you may need to give it extra water, since there will be evaporation through the aeration holes. It's going to process quickly in that heat, so you want to turn it regularly and cycle the batch through more quickly. You're going to have a lot of compost!
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  • From Erin at 6/11/14 6:13 PM
    • We are considering this for a small community garden, but I am wondering if there is the possibility of locking the doors shut with a pad lock?


    • Yes, the latches are designed to accept a padlock. You would need two padlocks, one for each bin latch.
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  • From Courtney at 7/3/14 8:08 AM
    • I want to compost at my second residence but we are only here during summers & holidays. I'm concerned that by not being here to tumble it won't be as effective. Can the Jora still be used if it's not regularly tumbled? And can compost sit in it for longer than 6-8 weeks?
    • Yes, the composting process will continue even if the Jora is not tumbled, it will just take longer. And you can certainly let it sit for a month or two without any problem. When you get back to your place you'll have finished compost waiting to be applied to your garden.
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  • From Jenni at 7/15/14 3:56 PM
    • I am looking to purchase a Jora compost tumbler, but am not sure which size. There are two adults and a baby in our family, our house is on a .18 acre lot, and have a 4 x 8 raised bed garden. Will the 4.5 cu. ft. be enough, or would you recommend the 9 cu. ft. model?
    • The JK125 should be sufficient for your family's needs. Should you find that you need more composting space during certain times of the year, such as autumn when there are fall leaves and garden remnants from the harvest, you can decant the nearly finished compost into a garbage can or bucket, where it will finish off, to make room for the new compost batch. Another option is to save the fall leaves and garden scraps in a garbage can or sack, then add periodically to your composter through fall and into winter. This is useful since carbon components, like dried leaves, are needed in winter months to help balance the compost.
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