All of the aerial rails (bleeding, slaughtering, chambers, passageways, etc.) are supported by a framework, hung between spacers.
Depending on the quantity and type ol animal to be hung on the rails, the number of kilos/meter can be calculated to work out the correct framework for the structure, then the type of rails can be decided.
Made up of:
Tubular columns with plates to anchor them to the floor.
IPN profile rails, joined to the columns with grippers and joined to each other with connecting plates.
Supports for curved pieces.
Screws to attach the different parts together. This type of construction aboids the need for welding, which can often cause problems with rust between the joined parts.
Made of back steel with a hot-dip galvanised finish.