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Research vessels with professional high pressure cleaners with frequency technology from Meier-Brakenberg

The Ramform Titanium class is a class of research vessels for seismological exploration of oil and gas deposits in the sea. This type of ship is short…

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Stationary group scale: also used for sorting hogs

For sorting the hogs before sale, the low-floor scale can be used very efficiently in addition to the individual animal scale. The stationary group…

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Tönnies equips slaughterhouse with disinfection gate

As part of precautionary biosecurity measures, the Tönnies company has equipped its slaughterhouse with a vehicle decontamination sluice. The stationa…

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Meier-Brakenberg – Ideas based on experience

Meier-Brakenberg has been keeping pigs for generations and we know exactly how much time it takes to cope with everyday work efficiently and thoroughly with equipment which does not suffice operational needs at a 100 %.

At that time available solutions for agriculture or industry - for example in the area of cleaning, weighing or stable cooling - did not live up to our expectation in terms of performance, robustness or long service life. This is why we having been developing our own products and systems since 1997 - professional devices for agriculture, subcontractors and the food industry.

We use and test new and also proven technologies under real life conditions in our pig farm what raises our awareness when it comes to decisive little things in product development and product improvement. This is why we find perfect solutions for allegedly minor issues which are yet very important for the everyday work.

"Our products help you to optimize everyday work in your stables and therefore the performance of your entire business." (Wolfgang Meier)

In the picture below: ready-to-ship frequency-controlled professional high-pressure cleaners for a sow plant in Hungary.