Microclimate in poultry management is no less important than the quality of poultry housing equipment, and its role can be hardly overestimated.
Regardless of the cross breed or genetic inheritance of the flock, without proper microclimate conditions the birds cannot maintain good health and yield high-quality product.
Microclimate inside the poultry house is the combination of such factors as temperature, humidity, air flow rate, atmospheric pressure, noise level, air composition, microbiological contamination level, et cetera.
The microclimate system represents the production process, the purpose of which is to create and balance the necessary microclimate parameters using the dedicated technical facilities and instruments.
The poultry farming researchers suggest that the flock productivity depends on microclimate by approximately 10-30%. Unfavorable microclimatic conditions result in the reduced disease resistance of the birds. Moreover, the microclimate directly affects the service life of the equipment and even the poultry farm buildings.
The efficient operation of the microclimate system depends on the correct choice of equipment, its correct installation and proper calculation of the system parameters in general.
TEXHA excels in the design of automated microclimate systems. When choosing the system, a number of specific conditions should be taken into account, including, but not limited to the cross breed and size of the flock, geographic location of the poultry farm, i.e. climatic zone, et cetera.
The microclimate system may comprise of the one to four sub-systems in various combinations:
- Humidification / cooling
HUMIDIFICATION / COOLING
For hot climatic zones, TEXHA offers cooling units with cellular design (evaporation panels). The cooling panels are designed based on the best and the most innovative developments in the industry, which results in the optimal cooling effect regardless of climatic and operational conditions.
The evaporation panels are made of dedicated cellulose paper with cellular structure, which contributes to the optimal water-to-air contact conditions. Such cellulose paper is carefully treated and coated with odor-free resin, thanks to which the panels have high water-adsorption coefficient and stable structural shape. The special cellular form of the paper bands crossing angle-wise to the symmetrical air flow allows achievement of high cooling performance, while maintaining minimum pressure drop.
- Absolute performance
- Air freshness
- Long service life
- Easy maintenance
Proper temperature regime is essential for productivity of the flock, especially in the early period of life. TEXHA offers highly efficient poultry house heating system with minimum costs. The system uses direct and indirect heating units operated on natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas or diesel fuel, as well as the water-based fan heaters.
Specific features of direct heating units:
- Reliability and durability
- Low noise level
- High output temperature
- Quick air heating
- Performance factor close to 100%
The company offers two options of heat generators installation in the poultry unit: internal or external.
The heat generators are equipped with fuses to prevent overheating and the sealed switches for safe and reliable operation. High-quality corrosion-proof components and durable frame ensure long uninterrupted service life even under the most extreme climatic conditions.
- Minimum carbon oxide, nitrogen and ethylene oxide emissions
- Frame made of high-quality stainless steel
- Automated ignition
- Integration with the automated microclimate control system.
- Winter / summer switch that supports use of the heaters as air-circulating fans during summer season.
- Compliance with international standards and quality regulations.
Ventilation system plays an essential role in creation and maintenance of optimum microclimate conditions in the poultry farm unit. Proper air quality has a favorable effect on the health of the birds and significantly improves the flock productivity.
The ventilation system is selected and customized for each specific poultry farm depending on the climatic condition in the region, where it is located.
Ventilation systems allow maintenance of required temperature, fresh air inflow and air exchange during any season. Such systems use the state-of-art exhaust fans, fresh air valves, temperature control facilities, et cetera.
TEXHA’s ventilation systems offer:
- High performance
- Energy efficiency
- Low noise level
- Durability of equipment
- Reliability and cost effectiveness