Some of the most time consuming work that has to be done every day in a big horse stable is cleaning out all the horse stalls — in many stables even more than once a day. Villiger Technik provides a convenient system to assist you doing this work. The manure is transported in a pipe system from the horse stalls to the manure place by suction.
The centrally located suction unit transports the manure with air along pipes from every horse stable to the manure place. The cyclone and the attached turnstyle is separating the airflow from the manure, which is not being blown out of the system — it just falls onto the manure place. The surrounding stays nice and clean.
The pipe system is very flexible. In new stables the pipes are typically installed under the floor. In already existing stables the pipes can also be attached over the horse stalls to make it easier to install them. The pipes are made out of a strong and long-lasting material and are reinforced with stainless steel in the bends.
The suction unit produces a lot of underpressure with a strong and steady airflow. The manure is transported through the pipe system by air at well over 30 m/s.
The suction unit is built from stainless steel, which makes it very robust, long lasting, low-maintenance and reliable.
The computer regulated automatic power regulation system adjusts the power according to the usage. If there's a lot of manure to be sucked out the power goes up, if the suction points are closed the power goes down. If the system is idle over a longer period of time it will be shut down automatically. This saves energy and guarantees the suction strength that is needed when the machine is heavily used.
An optional manure distributor can be attached to the turbo system. It distributes the manure evenly in a container or onto the manure place.
We offer two variations. The rotary distributor is suited for situations where there is enough room above the manure place. The compact flat-design distributor is used if there is not much room available.