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Economical poultry equipment manufacturers explain how to clean up dust
The problem that economical poultry equipment is difficult to avoid is dust. The dust mainly comes from the dust in the chicken coop, as well as the fallen feathers, feed powder, etc. These dusts not only affect the staff in the chicken coop, but also have a great impact on the health of the chickens. So how do economical poultry equipment manufacturers clean up the dust? ? Here is a brief introduction to you.
Economical poultry equipment manufacturers tell you to remove pollution sources in the house: timely cleaning of pollution sources that produce harmful gases in economical poultry equipment is an effective measure to reduce harmful gases in chicken houses, such as manure, feed and other harmful gas pollution sources in economical poultry equipment All should be removed in time, at least once a day to 2 days, to keep the house clean, hygienic and reasonable stocking density, when burning coal for heating in winter, you should buy better quality coal and ensure that it is fully burned.
The economical poultry equipment manufacturer tells everyone to use the physical adsorption method: it should be noted that the harmful gases such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide in the economical poultry equipment can be directly used for zeolite, bentonite, activated carbon, quicklime, charcoal, cinder and other substances with large surface area and strong adsorption. Purification, they can not only reduce the concentration of harmful gases in economical poultry equipment, but also absorb the moisture in the air and chicken manure, which is beneficial to adjust the humidity in the chicken house. Among them, zeolite powder is widely used in production. The method is to sprinkle it on the surface of fresh chicken manure or on the ground of chicken house, and the dosage is 2%-5% of the total amount of manure.