Cooperation with Hartmann food technology
The quality standards in Russia are gradually reaching European levels. Hartmann food technology from Nienburg has years of experience in the Russian market. As a general contractor in Russia Hartmann has always focused on quality and selected its products accordingly...Read more...
Under Floor Exhaust Extraction - Myths and Facts
Again and again we experience that, in technical discussions with colleagues and other industry insiders, utterly false or misleading statements regarding the function and effect of a under floor exhaust extraction are made...Read more...
Leaky stable doors
Unfortunately we always come across leaky section doors when we do our checks in the stables.
So we would like to point out once more...Read more...
Energy Costs in Pig Farming
The ever rising energy prices are causing several managers to "screen" their businesses:
where is my operation? are my energy costs too high? or is everything OK?Read more...
New perforated Panels
The further development of the well-known hard foam supply air perforated panel led to the innovation of a new perforated panel which is made of EPS foam with NANO technologyRead more...
2003 and 2012
We had talks with this customer back in 2003.
Unfortunately, back then he decided to build his new stable for 750 sows with a one-stop supplier from one of the adjacent European countries. Well, we had to live with that!
All the better for us, now that the expansion to 2000 sows is being done step by step with us. The new stables (one is already in operation) will be equipped with perforated supply air panels and heat exchangers.
And this although a biogas facility is there. The heat concept for this biogas facility is designed so that the energy is optimally used in other areas.
There is no room for wasted energy in this concept.
The decision to use our system was made because of negative experience with diffused ceilings. The operators found significant problems with high summer temperatures in the stables last year.
The explanation was found during our check on 5 December 2012.
Immense dust collection on or in rock wool insulation considerably increased the pressure loss in the ventilation. Replacing the upper layer of insulation can no longer be avoided. Another problem is that bugs have found a new paradise in the fibreglass.
Image: Dust collection in the rock wool
This once again confirms our company policy.
Several systems will no longer be available at hdt. Others will be responsible for them. Of course this includes the diffused ceilings as well as slotted vents from the Loft. We have not and will not lay concrete supply air ducts under the stables. This is still done today, especially in Southern Germany.
Of course, we make mistakes too!
Quote: A man would do nothing if he waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault.
It is not always wrong to be different:
"I'm not different from the others, I'm different from all the same."
The types of mistakes mentioned above are very difficult to correct.
We already feel sorry for the employee who has to replace the rock wool.
Your hdt and konzept.team