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Feed Systems

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CCS Feed System units

Flexible Feeding

Distribute feed from all silos to all cages - without manual handling. Flexible Feeding is the feeding concept of the future.


Flexible Feeding is a new and smart add-on concept to the CCS Akvasmart feeding system that enables you to distribute feed from all silos to all cages on the facility.

In a traditional feeding system, each silo is connected to one specific feed line. With Flexible Feeding you will no longer have this restriction. Thus, the feed logistics and planning becomes a whole lot easier. Combine various feed types, pellet sizes etc with just a few keystrokes!
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Flexible Feeding product sheet

Flexible Feeding video

outlet valves
Outlet Valves
Fills to two bufffer tanks, one at the time. Inspection lid on top enables easy inspection/cleaning. To be placed between the Inlet valves and Brush box, directly above the buffer tanks.
inlet valves
Inlet Valves
Transfers pellets to the conveyor / feed pipe with minimum pellet damage.
drive unit
Drive Unit
Prefarably placed above the Tension unit. Standard version 90° turn. 180° turn also available. Possible to rotate in Z-Axis.No conveyed material will enter the drive unit.
brush box
Brush box
Handles excessive conveyed material, which will either be dropped back into the conveyor line or dropped into a recycle bin. Inspection lid on top enables easy inspection/cleaning. To be placed between the Outlet valves and the Drive unit.
tension unit
Tension unit
To be placed at an easy accessable location. Possible to rotate in Z-Axis. No conveyed material will enter the tension unit.
buffer tanks
Buffer Tanks
Designed according to the client’s specifications. To be placed between the Inlet valves and the Brush box, directly underneath the outlet valves.
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