Used to close the animal pens in the slaughterhouse.
Structural columns that are bolted to the floor, spaced 2000 mm apart from each other.
Space between the fences to screw or bolt between the columns. Can be made of either metal sheets or bars. Made up of different units, allowing a unit to be easily replaced if necessary. The pens are very versatile, as spaces can be made larger or smaller by adding or removing different units.
The exact measurements and shape of the pen will depend on the type of animal being held.
For pigs, fences are made of metal sheets.
For sheep, metal sheets are used for smaller animals, while vertical bars are used for larger animals.
For calves, horizontal bars are used.
For fences used to create pens for several different animals (pigs, sheep and cows), vertical bars or metal sheets are used up to a certain height, then horizontal bars are used up to 1500 mm high.
The bars are made of galvanised steel or AISI-304 stainless steel.
Entry passage leading to the stunning area. Made of two 1000 mm high fences, which are parallel to each other, leaving space for the animals to pass through. Each fence has columns with plaques that can be screwed into the floor, with a sheet metal platform.