Agrotech Belgium

- Automatic Grass Production Unit

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This automatic grass production unit guarantees a steady supply of ONE TON PER DAY of fresh, highly nutritive green fodder, independent of weather conditions. The containerized unit occupies 36 m², and replaces the capacity of 10 hectares of grazing land. The AGROMAT unit was the first scientifical and technological equipment developed and sold by AGROTECH BELGIUM, that became hereby world-famous. AGROMAT was a giant leap in the field of applied agricultural technology. However, today, the AGROMAT unit is not advised and produced anymore, as a result of the worldwide dramatic price rise of steel in early 2004, that made this unit too expensive, taking into account its quite limited output capacity.

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Moreover, the insurance premium for the shipment of containerized equipments, as well as the shipment cost for non-standard containers have also dramatically risen in a few years. Consequently, AGROTECH BELGIUM developed a technical solution, based on the same GERM technology, that is financially much more interesting, and more adapted to professional end-users (see hereafter).

  • Power requirements: 220 V - 50 Hz (adjustable).
  • Electrical consumption: 45 KWH/day per ton of output capacity.
  • Water consumption: 2,300 liters/24 Hrs per ton of output capacity.
  • Seed input: 140 Kgs/day per ton of output capacity.

  • Adjustments to local power specifications can be made if required.  
  • On spots where electricity is not available, a power generator can be used. The power of such a generator is of 15 KVA per ton of output capacity, revolving at 3000 R.P.M. For areas where power cut-offs are frequent, such a generator is equipped with an automatic take-over switch.  
  • In countries faced with high voltage variations (10-15%), a voltage stabiliser should be required.
  • AGROTECH BELGIUM has also developed an option of a Fresh Fodder Factory operated by solar energy.

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