Feed System Components

Rotary Valve and Conveyer

Our engineering professionals have carefully designed and assembled SeaFeed’s rotary valve and screw conveyer comprised of the correct components to ensure feed is treated gently during its journey through the feed system - all while offering accurate feed dispensing and calibration.

 

Key Points:

  • Deep sluice box allows for more room for feed pellets.
  • Capacitive high-level hopper sensor will know when feed pellets have reached a certain high level in the sluice box. This sensor is also unaffected by dust accumulation.
  • Similar to the selector, safety switches are fitted to the sluice box (pictured right).
  • Food grade fully welded flight on the feed conveyer.
  • Highly durable NORD gear motor.

 

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Cleaning Station

Cleaning station on feed conveyer has integrated pressure, temperature sensors and quick release for swift and simple access.

 

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Feed Blowers

We offer a range of blowers that use low pressure, high volume technology to ensure the airflow rate remains at a suitable level when promptly, yet gently, supplying feed to fish. Pellets are susceptible to damage and can be broken up when being conveyed from the feed barge to pens. As a result, the pressure of the air being delivered is absolutely critical.

 

Evolution Blower

  • Low running costs - thanks to the low energy consumption.
  • Compact - it has reduced dimensions and limited overall sizes. Several of these blowers can be installed side by side to reduce the space they require.
  • Simple inspection - all the maintenance operations are performed from the front with the removal of the front panel or panels and/or the opening of the upper panel.

 

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Aqua Blower

  • Improved efficiency - capable of supplying high flow rates.
  • Low noise - noise levels below 80 dB(A) with sound enclosure.
  • Easy installation - fewer components and easier to install when space is short.
  • Long uptime - compact layout with direct coupling offers minimum maintenance and long service life.
  • Modular and stackable design - stackable to reduce space constraints.

 

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Evolution Blower

  • Volume flow up to 950 m3/hr.
  • Compact design.
  • Low weight.
  • Energy-saving operation.
  • Variable speed drive.
  • 20,000 operating hours.
  • Pulsation-free.
  • Virtually maintenance-free.
  • Quiet - Modern sound engineering: only half as loud (78 db(A) versus 84 db(A)).

 

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Accessories

 

Feed Spreaders

Coming soon to the market is our brand new and highly innovative Feed Spreader.  The spreader is designed with an exciting new, market first feature – a new bearing design that is not only tried and tested offering smooth running and stability but also comes housed inside an easy-to-access coupling which will allow for ongoing maintenance when required and all while still in situ in the pen.

The spreader has an adjustable distribution point which can be intelligently aligned to feed types and pen sizes thus offering a more varied spread to suit individual farm feeding styles. The float is a rota moulded spar buoy design meaning the spreader will be offer far better stability in the water than competing spreaders.

 

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Feed Pipe Supply

Through our supply chain management service we are a high volume, cost-effective source of feed pipe and can store and deliver pipe to your farm as per your system requirements in large volume at short notice.

 

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Electrofusion Fittings

We hold a full and wide-ranging stock of electrofusion fittings, including elbows, couplers and tees all available from Gael Force - a dedicated single source supply of consumable equipment.

 

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Servicing

With well over 100 feed system installations under our belt and a fully trained team we have the competence and ability among our team of service engineers to respond to maintenance or call-outs in a timely manner.

 

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