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Livestock heat and suffocation alarm

Reliable and affordable monitoring for chickens and pigs

Farmer installing device for online temperature and pressure registration
Farmer installing temperature monitoring device in piggery
User-friendly wireless sensor device
Factory manager installing wireless sensor device
Farmer installing temperature monitoring device in piggery
User-friendly wireless sensor device
Factory manager installing wireless sensor device

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Geert De Muynck - Evergem

The advantage of the Reporter is that you can leave your company behind with peace of mind and you can also see how the temperature in the barns is evolving at any time, wherever you are.

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How we protect pigs and chickens from CO2 poisoning and heat

In the summer of 2018, as many as 2.000 pigs died in a village not far from Eindhoven in the Netherlands. As the temperature in the barn rose to around 40 degrees after the ventilation system failed, the animals met their fatal end. Unfortunately, such scenes are not exceptional. What causes these situations is often a power outage or simply higher outside temperatures than the barn’s ventilation can handle. The cause of death is suffocation implying lack of oxygen or excessive CO2.

Read on | How we protect pigs and chickens from CO2 poisoning and heat
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