Air washers reduces the use of antibiotics
At a piglet barn in West Flanders, the old air washing installation was replaced by an air washer from CBgroep. The system was built into the new base unit by the assembly technicians of CBgroep and equipped with the necessary measuring equipment. In this way the fresh outside air is heated by the evaporation energy in the circulating water. On the other hand, the adiabatic cooling system cools in the summer, the evaporation leads to the circulating water being always colder than the air in the barn. This immediately results in improved animal welfare: less disease pressure and lower antibiotic use. Temperature differences are levelled off, there is less heat stress and less draft.
BigWarm: system ensures heating of the barn during winter and can also cool in the summer if necessary.
An additional advantage: condensation of the filthy air, so that less fresh water needs to be replenished in the air group. This is also linked online to the PASmonitor by default.