Cooperation with Hartmann food technology
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New perforated Panels
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Unfortunately still the standard in many sow breeding facilities: A poorly controlled floor heating system.
Hot weather causes extra strain on the animals.
Image 1: Controlling the nests
The manual control is not sufficient to ensure the right amount of water and the right temperature for sow and piglets, especially on days with strong fluctuations.
Image 2: Shows a computer controlled control valve and the compartment balancing valve
Image 3: Shows the floor distributor with hydraulic adjustment for the individual lines
Image 4: The input screen on our LC-4 energy management stable climate computer
How poor manual control can be can be seen in the following extract from a progress curve from a farrowing compartment. The orange line shows the progression of the actual floor heat temperature. The green line shows how intense the control signal for the hot water valve was at this time to achieve the even progression of the actual temperature. This cannot be done manually.
Image 5: Extract from a farrowing compartment progression curve
The necessary values can only be reached in a farrowing compartment with optimum control and a hydraulic calculation.
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Your hdt and konzept.team