By installing the right pump, which can increase the vacuum power, the problem is solved. In newer pens with 315 mm slurry pipes, more straw can be used. How much depends entirely on the type of straw, how often it is drained, how much is washed and the number of pigs in the pen. However, here it is possible to mount a pump directly on the slurry pipe from the barn: it can increase the vacuum effect when sluicing takes place and alleviate many problems. A complete solution with a pump and PE pump well is easy and there is no need to invest in a reception tank.
In several newer welfare stalls, there is line play in the slurry channels, which is required when larger amounts of straw are used. Here, slurry and straw are scraped into the reception tank. Most often it is supplied in a transverse channel, where backflushing takes place. When more straw comes into the reception tank, mixing will often be required. We recommend placing a mixer and a pump with a knife system in the reception tank. To solve problems with incorrect slurry handling and a high time consumption, automatic control can be an excellent solution. It even handles mixing and over-pumping at the right time. It provides less wear on the pump and mixers at the same time as there is also a great time saving and an easier transition for new employees who need to be trained in the farm’s slurry handling when everything is running automatically. Landia supplies slurry pumps, all with a knife system, mixer, electric controls and wells.
How the implementation of a new pump and a well-thought-out setup of the reception pit transformed their operations, offering efficiency, cost savings, and peace of mind.Read the case study
Taiwan’s newly opened and first-ever biogas plant to use livestock manure as its feedstock is benefiting from a proven digester mixing system made by Landia.Read the case study
At an organic dairy farm in Lancashire, where the ethos is firmly on maximising efficiency over maximising output, a Landia chopper pump is playing a vital role in the use of slurry as fertilizer.Read the case study
A pioneering pig farm in North Carolina, US, that has led the way in its industry for embracing renewable technologies, has reported a 10% plus increase in its biogas yields by investing in two new chopper pumps made by Landia.Read the case study
The tagline on the Bioplex website reads ‘Defining the Future of Recycling’. True. But it could so well be described as: ‘Love of Sustainability’.Read the case study
Homework has paid off for dairy farmer James Kennedy in Co Tipperary, where a longshaft slurry pump and mixer from Landia have completed their first five years of service.Read the case study
Pumps and mixers from Landia UK, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014, are helping Grosvenor Farms to efficiently and effectively process its slurry.Read the case study
“After 21 years, one of our Landia slurry pumps actually got to see daylight” - so said Chris Carter at Strathyre Farm near Preston...Read the case study
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.