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Symaga to communicate improved poultry division at IPPE

Published on 26 January, 2015, Last updated at 00:11 GMT
Symaga to communicate improved poultry division at IPPE

Symaga will be exhibiting at IPPE 2015 with the main aim to communicate the company's improved poultry division after the complete integration of PAL Industries last year. The manufacturer of grain storage solutions has completed it's broiler and turkey house project.

The company have also developed a Climate Control System which ensures high performance rates and durability. With the system Symaga offers a Remote Control Panel for managing all climate parameters, as well as the feed and water supply system in the building. The feeding system includes feed and water modular lines and a feed storage and transport system, all managed by customised electronic control.

On top of this the company will showcase a range of different models of pan feeders, drinkers and water systems.

Symaga is a worldwide leader in manufacturing steel silos, will also exhibit feed storage at the event. Products including their farm range which has storage capacities of 4.77m3 to 85m3, 6 diameters of 1.8, 2.10, 2.55, 2.75 3.2 and 3.8 m with 45, 60 and 67o hoppers. Among its range of accessories are load cells systems for comprehensive control consumption. Flex auger systems transport of all kinds of feed, has a capacity of 400kg / h.

During these last years, Symaga has continued to make good progress with its ultimate purpose to meet all the needs of the poultry market inside and outside Spain. The company holds the position in livestock market as one of the main suppliers of equipment or full line projects for poultry and pigs. To achieve this objective, in 2013 acquired PAL, allowing it to extend its poultry offerings, and in turn developed a program for the designing of new products as well as for the improvement of existing ones. This year Symaga launched its new building for broiler and turkey and redesigned all pig boxes and feeders.


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