• Mixer and submersible pump
• Mixer and long shaft pump
• Long shaft pump with manual bottom mixer
Mixing and emptying of the reception tank can be started both manually and automatically. With an automatic solution, unnecessary wear is avoided, and time is saved.
If the slurry is to be pumped far or through an increase in terrain upslope, then we recommend a high-pressure pump.
The manual bottom mixer on the pump or mixer ensures that the slurry is homogeneous. Homogeneous slurry is easier to pump. If combined with automatic control, it means that the farmer does not have to spend unnecessary time at the reception tank and can spend their time in the barn instead.
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In all modesty, you will not find anyone who has more experience with solutions in pumps and mixers for agriculture than Landia. We have been involved in Denmark from the very beginning, and today you will find Landia products in agriculture all over the world. The structure of agriculture is constantly evolving, and we are keeping pace.
When you contact Landia, you will speak with staff who know the industry and have wide ranging technical expertise.