Judgment and inspection method of problems in actual use of layer cage equipment

Automatic poultry farming equipment has been applied to domestic standardized chicken farms for more than ten years. Automated chicken raising equipment has played an irreplaceable role in captive chicken cages and ground breeding in chicken coops and greenhouses, and has achieved satisfactory results. The following layer cage equipment manufacturers share the problems encountered in the actual use of standardized chicken farms.



There are several ways to deal with common problems of battery layer cage system:


  1. The feeder motor does not work. When this problem occurs, first check whether the motor is burned out. You can remove the power cable on the motor from the control cabinet, connect it to the main power supply separately, and check whether the motor is running. If the motor is running, it means there is a problem in the control cabinet. You can check whether the contactor in the control cabinet works normally and whether the line contacts are loose. If the motor does not run, check for broken wires. If it is determined that the wires are intact, this proves that the problem is with the motor, and the motor needs to be repaired.


  1. The auger problem of the feeding line in the battery cage for layers. Remember not to reverse the feed line auger. If running in reverse, the auger will be broken or the auger will be pushed out of the feed tube. If the auger breaks, you need to consult a professional to tell you how to weld in detail.


  1. Frequently asked questions about the lifting system. The lifting system plays the most critical role in the entire chicken raising equipment. If there is a problem with the lifting system, the feeding line will not be able to be lifted to the proper height, which will affect the feeding of the chickens. Therefore, after each batch of chickens is raised, it is necessary to regularly check whether the lifting system and the moving pulley are normal. In order to ensure the smooth operation of automated poultry farming