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Hydraulic Free Stall Alley Cleaner

Well suited system to clean one alley or alleys of different length using a single power unit.

Hydraulic Free Stall Cleaner

The Hydraulic Free Stall Cleaner system is well suited to clean one alley, multiple alleys of different length or uneven number of alleys using a single power unit. It is the perfect option for small barns that do not use sand bedding and where the length of the alleys does not exceed 200 feet (61 m) or 250 feet (76 m) when the cross gutter is in the middle of the barn.

Working Principle

The hydraulic free stall cleaner system consists of a hydraulic power unit that applies pressure to cylinders in order to make the C-Rail moves back and forth on the floor. This rail is equipped with knobs on it that catch the scraper to make it move by a ratchet action. There are several models of C-Rail to adapt to different layouts and configurations. The hydraulic free stall cleaner can be floor mounted or installed in a groove.

Power Unit

Hydraulic Free Stall Cleaner The hydraulic power unit is available with a motor of 3 or 5 HP. Different pump capacities are available in order to get the best cleaning speed for any barn configuration.
The hydraulic control on wall panel allows for operating a hydraulic cleaner system using an existing power unit. This wall control includes selector valve, flow control, reversing valve and oil damper.
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Cross Gutter Cleaner with Cable

Cross Gutter Cleaner with Cable

The cable cross gutter cleaner consists of a drive unit, gutter wheels, at least one scraper and a cable. This system is designed to pull a scraper inside a cross gutter in order to direct the manure in a reception pit or any other means of storage. The drive unit is equipped with one or two electric motors and speed reducers depending on the cleaning requirements.

Cross Gutter Cleaner with Chain

Cross Gutter Cleaner with Chain

The cross gutter cleaner with chain is a system running in close circuit that convey manure and bedding from a cross gutter, in a free stall barn, to a hydraulic piston pump or a reception pit. To do so, a drive unit, installed at one end on concrete between gutters, drives the chain and the paddles to collect manure in the loaded gutter until it drops in a hydraulic piston pump or reception pit. Then the paddles, which are free of manure, run back in the return gutter.

Free Stall Alley Cleaner with Cable

Free Stall Alley Cleaner with Cable

A free stall cleaner system with cable can be used to clean two, three or four alleys. The same drive unit controls all the scrapers. While one scraper is cleaning one alley, the other is backing up. The 16°, the V-Shape and the Straight scrapers are all available with the cable system. The main advantage of a cable system is the choice of several scraper configurations that allow cleaning of very long manure alleys.

Free Stall Alley Cleaner with Chain

Free Stall Alley Cleaner with Chain

The resistance of the chain makes these free stall alley systems a solid value.

Hydraulic Cross Gutter Cleaner

Hydraulic Cross Gutter Cleaner

One hydraulic cylinder operates back and forth a long square tube where several paddles are fixed on it. These paddles opens and closes as they going forward and backward in the bottom of the cross gutter. This way, the manure is pushed or pulled all the way to the reception pit or to a hydraulic piston pump hoppers. A common installation will use the same power unit to simultaneously operate scraper(s) to collect manure in the alley(s), cross gutter cleaner and hydraulic piston pump.

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