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The next generation of tunnel ventilation combined with CowKühlerZ stall cooling to create the ultimate heat stress reducing system

 

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What sets the  tunnel-plus-logo-png system apart?

  • It can be used in both tie stall and freestall barns – and even gestation hog barns
  • Next generation, automated ventilation AND cooling system
  • Part 1: Air exchange system
    • Maxum Tech ventilation systems that adjust to the needs of the barn environment – hot or cold weather
      • The air exchange system allows for the minimum to maximum needs of the barn, also using creative air in-letting and lots of flexibility to adjust to exact needs
      • Efficient use of exhaust fans designed to ventilate (exchange the air in the barn)
        • This is unlike older methods that used the tunnel exhaust fans to try to create airspeed (cool cows) – this caused high airspeeds in open, clear area’s and not at cow level.   This method performed poorly and, caused very high energy costs.
  • Part 2: Cow Stall focused air and cooling system
    • CowKuhlerZ fans and water are used to combat the heat stress that builds up in a cows’ core body, whether she’s laying in a stall or standing in the feed ally 
    • Cooling is far more than just blowing some air on the cows – Science has proven that the higher the airspeed, the more aggressive the use of water can be used to achieve proper evaporative cooling levels
      • With newer technology, variable speed, high-velocity air movement on the cows is taking evaporative cooling for cows to the next generation
    • Next generation cooling results in:
      • Lower, more consistent core body temperatures
      • Longer, more restful lie-down times
      • Less crowding
      • Lower somatic cell counts
      • Higher milk production
      • Higher, more consistent conception rates
  • Get a tunnel-plus-logo-png  system and provide the next generation ventilation and cooling  for each cow and she will pay you back !