Variant Factory Ltd.

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Products

  • Farrow Machinery

    These machines are designed for sows to farrow and to stay with piglets in the farrow boxes. Depending on the type of a building and technology used “Variant” Factory Ltd. offers machines for suckled sows which may vary in size and structure.

  • Model Type 1 - Farrow Machine

    Model Type 1 - Farrow Machine

    There are five positions of the width of box back side 492/530/575/613/658 mm. The length of the box without a feedbox is regulated depending on a sow size (1742…1906 mm). Safety bows. Possibility to regulate the height of the separating bows.

  • Mounted - Farrow Machine

    Mounted - Farrow Machine

    Possibility to regulate the width (up to 175mm) and the length (up to 350mm). Fastening to the main wall. Non-overturning feedbox. Reliable fixation is provided with the help of a pin on the doors and a plate on the top of the machine. Possibility to open a side wall of the machine. The door leaf can be opened both inside and outside of the machine.

  • Model Type 6 - Farrow Machine

    Model Type 6 - Farrow Machine

    There are four positions of the width of box back side 598/648/698/748mm. The length of the box inside without a feedbox is not regulated and is 2014mm. Overturning feedbox with 14liters capacity. Safety and separating bows.

  • Model Type 7 - Farrow Machine

    Model Type 7 - Farrow Machine

    There are three positions of the width of box back side 579/628/679mm. The length of the box inside without a feedbox is regulated depending on a sow size (1708…1933mm). Overturning feedbox with 14liters capacity. Safety bows.

  • Model Type 12 - Farrow Machine

    Model Type 12 - Farrow Machine

    There are three positions of the width of box back side 579/628/679mm. The length of the box inside to a feedbox is regulated from 1521 to 1747mm. Overturning feedbox with 14liters capacity. Safety and separating bows.

  • Machines for Insemination

    Machines for the insemination of sows provide personal care for each animal, individual feeding and preparation for further reproductive activity. Keeping sows in individual machines creates optimal conditions for control and observation after each animal. There is no display of aggression in sows during lactation in such conditions. It helps to improve the conditions of stimulation and artificial insemination.

  • Model Type 2(2) - Machine for Insemination

    Model Type 2(2) - Machine for Insemination

    Width of the machine is from 600 to 700mm. The rear foot is roated 180 degrees. Possibility to use individual (14-liter) and shared feedboxes. The door can be opened in three positions. Possibility to manufacture a machine with an opening front part and a feed pipe.

  • Model Type 8 - Machine for Insemination

    Model Type 8 - Machine for Insemination

    Width of the machine is from 600 to 700mm. The rear foot is roated 180 degrees. Possibility to use individual (14-liter) and shared feedboxes. The door can be opened in three positions. May have overall length of 2100mm (inside to a feedbox 1670).

  • Model Type 17 - Machine for Insemination

    Model Type 17 - Machine for Insemination

    There are three positions of the width of the machine 600/650/700mm. Absence of pipes above a sow provides convenient access of the staff to a sow. Shared feedbox flanged.

  • Brackets

    Brackets

    The brackets have different height: H 500, 600 for a farrow area; H 750, 800 for a nursery site; H 1000 for a fattening area and single and sows in farrow.

  • Pig Breeding

  • Machines for Group Sows Management

    Machines for Group Sows Management

    Individually selected boxes in combination with modern feeding on demand predetermine the highest efficiency in buildings. “Variant” Factory Ltd. can offer its customers the machines for group sows management convenient for cleaning and corresponding to biological needs of animals intended for equipping of both piglets of nursery site and feeding places. Two types of machines are used for group pig management. They are boxes made of...

  • Model Type 14 - Machines for Group Sows Management

    Model Type 14 - Machines for Group Sows Management

    There are two types of panels: with and without a flange. A flanged panel is mounted as the initial final element at the required height reached. This results in the perfect ending of the structure.

  • Model Type 15 - Machines for Group Sows Management

    Model Type 15 - Machines for Group Sows Management

    Wall frames and machine gates are made of steel electrically welded pipes 42x3 and transverse pipes are made of electrically welded pipes 25x1,5. All open ends of the pipes are closed with plastic plugs. The pin is made of a circle 12. All the rest elements are made of steel sheet of 5…8mm thickness. All structure elements are hot-dip galvanized as a protection against corrosion. All fasteners are made of stainless steel.

  • Manure Removal

  • Manure Removal System

    Manure Removal System

    A properly designed manure removal system is a necessary condition for production efficiency. Indoor microclimate and animals’ health depend on the operation of manure removal system. There are several types of manure removal system including mechanical, hydraulic and combined systems. Currently, the self-floating manure removal system with manure storage tanks is recognized the most efficient and economical one because it does not require water...

  • Self-Floating Manure Removal System

    Self-Floating Manure Removal System

    There are concrete tanks 0,4-0,6m deep under the machines with grating where all animals’ excrement flushing water for cleaning and disinfection machines run. There is a system PVC sewer pipeline mounted under the tanks. There are saddles in the tanks with plugs closely fitted to the hole. The plugs can be easily lifted by a hook. The liquid manure is a driving force in the locking. The separate concrete tanks under the floor prevent from...

  • Hygienic Floor Systems

    The veterinary status of farms, compliance with technological requirements to management of animals of different sex age groups as well as the economic indicators of the production depend on the type and quality of floor used in the premises for pigs’ management.

  • Slotted Floors Used in Modern Pig Farms

    Slotted Floors Used in Modern Pig Farms

    Slotted floors are used in modern pig farms. They speed up and facilitate the work of the staff to maintain the cleanliness and hygiene in the premises which is the most difficult task.

  • Concrete Slotted Floors

    Concrete Slotted Floors

    Concrete floors are designed for high loads (about 600kg per 1m2) so they are used to equip the facilities for single sows in farrow groups and separately as well as for pigs in fattening. They cannot be used in breed sheds and premises for growing, since it does not correspond to the technological requirements to the temperature.

  • Metal Slotted Floors

    Metal Slotted Floors

    Metal floors made of both steel and cast iron are designed for lactating sows and equipped with hatches in the back part for easy manure escape. The main shortcoming of metal floors is the fact that they are cold and take heat from the animals away. This is the feature which is used to arrange the floor under the lactating sow. During such a period the animal’s body temperature rises and the metal floor is used to create more comfortable...

  • Microclimate Control System for Livestock

  • Heating Plates

    Heating Plates

    Heating plates are made of durable wear-resistant plastic and a special heating element enabling even heat distribution through the entire mat. To reduce heat losses the lower part of a mat is insulated with 6mm thermal insulation layer thus reducing power consumption by half.

  • Heating Lamp

    Heating Lamp

    The cover of a heating lamp is made with a power switch for 50 and 100%. The lamp is protected with a metal grille from the bottom. This design enables to save energy. “Variant” Factory Ltd. offers three types of light bulbs with 100W, 150W, 175W.

  • Feeders and Waterers

    The contemporary feeding systems should meet the following principles: hygienic cleanness, availability of feed to animals, failure-free operation system and efficiency.