Lack of fresh indoor air causes:
- increase in temperature - cows become sluggish, a lot of energy is spent to improve heat exchange. Changes in the microclimate invisible to the eye can seriously affect the health of animals and reduce their productivity by 20-40%: feed consumption decreases and milk yield falls (with an increase in temperature from 20° to 30°C - dry food consumption drops by 1.5 kg per day, reduction in milk production - by 3-5 liters per day)
- increased humidity – entails problems in animals with heat exchange in the summer, and in winter – hypothermia, because the skin becomes damp; in addition, humid air contributes to the rapid spread of pathogenic pathogens. Under unfavorable conditions in the barn, the number of diseases increases, which leads to a general mortality of livestock. This is especially difficult for calves, highly productive cows and breeding stock. The increase in live weight decreases, and young animals die more often. The microclimate is composed of several parameters, temperature, humidity, lighting, air speed, gas composition of the air. For raising and properly maintaining cattle, an important factor for a healthy microclimate in a livestock building is good ventilation and air exchange.
- dustiness – dust from feed and bedding makes it difficult for cows to breathe.
- increasing the concentration of harmful gases (carbon dioxide, ammonia, methane).
- in addition, a poor microclimate almost triples the service life of agricultural premises and requires more frequent and expensive repairs.
The vitally important and most favorable factor for high productivity for farm animals is fresh air, the amount of which outside the premises is not limited.
The comprehensive solutions we offer are a whole range of proven and proven systems for optimizing the microclimate in barns through the installation of structurally simple, but carefully thought-out equipment.
LIGHT TRANSMISSION WINDOWS FROM POLYCARBONATE.
Light transmitting windows are designed to protect window openings in livestock farm buildings from adverse weather conditions, maintain thermal balance, and provide sufficient natural light.
Light-transmitting windows are a hinged structure on the window opening of a livestock farm building. Light-transmitting windows The design is based on transparent cellular polycarbonate 16 mm thick, framed by an aluminum profile. Raising and lowering the curtains is carried out using a shaft and special non-stretching cables driven by a winch.
The curtain kit includes a durable mesh made of polymer material, which prevents birds from entering the farm building, and also helps reduce drafts by cutting the wind flow.
As an option, the windows are equipped with an automatic control system with temperature, wind and rain sensors to ensure an optimal microclima
Post time: 2023-07-31