AIRFEED II

  • on the shortest route direct to the feeding station
  • No obstacles/diversions/bottlenecks on the route to the feeding station
  • Feed portions are conveyed to the feeding station in seconds
  • No lost time or waiting times due to long valve switching times or distributor positioning
  • Every feeding station can be easily connected even in the remotest corners of the pig shed
  • Ideal for irregular, developed farm complexes – also for multi-storey pig sheds
  • Conveyors up to 200 m in length are possible, depending on the number of bends and valves.
  • Easy to install in existing sheds and easily adapted to existing troughs and automatic feeders
  • Control: using the proven TEWESTAR computer – already used and successfully operating in many installations in the field of liquid and dry feeding
  • Only dry feed from mixer direct to feeding station
  • Mash preparation directly above the feeding station
  • Feed pipe without feed residue because there is an unobstructed conveyor path from the rotary valve to the feeding station
  • Feed pipe positioned above the mixing head with quick-release catches for inspection
  • Exclusive highly effective flushing programmes with fresh water directly above the mixing head
  • High level of trough hygiene; trough always remains clean due to injection of small portions
  • Up to 20% higher daily gains
  • Reduced energy consumption due to unobstructed conveyor path from the rotary valve to the feeding station
  • No electronics in the sty compartment: no corrosion – long service life
  • No weight loss through change of feeds: high tolerance through feeding small portions up to 30 times daily,– always fresh feed
  • Feed with high levels of dry matter can be easily conveyed: Feeds with a high energy density are also possible, if required.
  • Also single feeding stations with a specific mix and energy density
  • Multiphase feeding with continuously variable phase blending
  • Per-trough or per-valve group mixes depending on the weight of the animal
  • Feeding on demand via sensor or only restricted according to the feeding curve