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Egg handling solutions
Every day over 30 million hatching eggs are carefully handled and set by Prinzen machines worldwide. Our unsurpassed points down setting rate of 99.7% maximizes the hatchability of your eggs. Throughout the whole process, from egg belt to setter tray, the eggs are treated with great care. A special egg transfer system sets the eggs onto a tray. Setting machines of Prinzen will offer you the best solution for automated egg handling at your breeder farm.Talk to a specialist
The Prinzen PSPC series take automation of hatching egg setting one step further, placing hatching eggs directly onto setter trays, with an unsurpassed points down setting.
The Ovoset is the perfect solution for accurate setting of hatching eggs directly onto setter trays.
A leaking egg detector which detects leaking eggs rolling off an egg belt onto the infeed conveyor of a Prinzen packer.
Automatically and accurately counts eggs using vision technology. This ensures a clear insight into the production and allows a continuous egg collection.
The Meggsius Control provides total control over the entire egg flow. In combination with the Meggsius Count a constant automatic egg flow to the packer is realized. You enter the capacity and the system runs automatically.
Ovoset Pro is the perfect solution for accurate and gentle setting of hatching eggs directly onto setter trays. The setter trays are automatically handled and positioned for egg transfer and setting.
An electronic grader for hatching eggs has proven to be an asset at the hatchery. The system uses electronic weighing units, grading the eggs into four user defined sizes.
The Trolley Loader is designed for fully automatic loading or un-loading of various setter tray trolley types and containers.
Eggs are gently transported from different nest rows or houses to a central on-farm location with the Vencobelt.
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