Stainless steel cutting bar and proprietary rail guide system for easy harvesting
Reversible high torque motor cuts in both directions. Standard on larger models
Expand as your operation grows
Premium Worm Castings
Vermicompost with the highest biological activity
Continuous flow vermicomposting systems are the most efficient form of worm castings production
A New Continuous Flow-Through Vermicomposter
Introducing a vermicomposting system with the ultimate in durability, performance and value. Its innovative modular design expands to grow with your business over time. Premium engineered materials and computer-aided manufacturing add up to years of trouble-free service. Increase productivity and quality with less labor!
The Michigan SoilWorks CFT
- Processes virtually all organic materials including animal manure, food waste, landscape debris, and paper/pulp byproducts.
- Effectively isolates waste and other feedstock materials from the environment, avoiding impact to soil, water and air quality.
- Yields high-quality vermicompost from most feedstocks in about 45-60 days.
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Or Call 248-938-9311
Start with a single 8-ft base unit and grow from there. Add additional modules to increase your capacity when you want.
Your initial investment is completely upgradable in the future.
Engineered for performance and durability, using 3D CAD modeling, FEA (finite element analysis), plasma cutting, computer-aided machining, and rigorous field testing.
Engineered Materials and Components
- Polypropylene walls are impervious to moisture and will never decay
- Stainless steel cutter bar, cable, and fasteners
- Low-friction guide rail made of HDPE
- 3D-printed control armitures
- Motorized reversible drive system for cutting in both directions
- High-torque 110V DC gear motor
- Integrated limit switches to stop the cutter at both ends
Why Continuous Flow?
- faster cycle time from input to end product
- greatest reduction of volume
- highest microbial activity for soil health
- minimum labor
- no unsightly piles or windrows
- superior odor management
Every Michigan SoilWorks CFT Comes With
System Design Proposal
3D model, plans, materials list, and specifications
Your setup will arrive carefully packed and shipped
Detailed Assembly Instructions
Clear, concise directions eliminate confusion in the assembly process
Standardized best-practices lead you from start-up through routine weekly harvests
Unlimited Technical Support
We stand by our product – we’re never more than a phone call away
1 module 8 ft (2.4 m) 5 cu.ft/wk (140 l)
$4,995 Manual Drive
$6,495 Motor Drive
2 modules 16 ft (4.9 m) 10 cu.ft/wk (280 l)
$7,895 Manual Drive
$9,395 Motor Drive
3 modules 24 ft (7.3 m) 15 cu.ft/wk (425 l)
$12,395 Motor Drive Included
4 modules 32 ft (9.8 m) 20 cu.ft/wk (566 l)
$15,395 Motor Drive Included
5 modules 40 ft (12.2 m) 25 cu.ft/wk (708 l)
$18,395 Motor Drive Included
Do You Need Multiple Units?
E-mail or Call for proposal
If you feel your project may need additional consulting assistance, please contact me to determine how I can support you. I will be happy to prepare a project proposal that includes a detailed scope of services, a not-to exceed budget, and a schedule for completion.
For larger projects involving more than vermicomposting, I am happy to work with your lead contractor as a sub-contractor. As a project team member, I will contribute to your project’s success, from initial proposal writing to final report preparation and client presentations.
About Michigan SoilWorks
Dan Lonowski is the owner of Michigan SoilWorks, an Ag-Tech startup bringing innovative solutions to the vermicomposting industry.
Seeing the vermicomposting industry’s need for a modern, reliable and modular CFT reactor, he set out to build the ideal system for medium-to-large scale operations. His products are differentiated from other existing machines on the market by use of engineered materials and automated manufacturing processes.
“The company’s mission is simple: to help vermicompost operators grow their business by providing equipment that reduces labor and contributes to sustainability.”
Dan comes from a background in automotive design, engineering and manufacturing. In his most recent role as head of technology for a global automotive supplier, he led a team of senior engineers innovating for new products that can be found today in cars and trucks around the world. He holds a number of patents granted and pending.
Dan’s partner in business and life is his wife Brenda, with a background in environmental consulting. When not working on new projects, they enjoy outdoor activities including hiking, biking, gardening and Detroit Lions football!
You can contact Dan at Dan@michigansoilworks.com or call him at 248-938-9311