The process of rotational moulding begins by selecting the required mould and fixing it in place. A carefully measured amount of plastic powder is poured slowly into each rotary mould. As the mould warms, the powder melts and turns to liquid which sticks to the sides of the mould. By continuously rotating on different axes, the liquid plastic is spread evenly, ensuring a uniform thickness throughout the product. The mould is cooled slowly as it continues to rotate. Once the product is cold, it shrinks slightly away from the metal mould, which can be opened to reveal the finished item.
Whilst the process of rotational moulding is quite labour intensive, it s a relatively low cost option which produces quality products with little waste. A wide range of products can be made using the rotational moulding method, both for the home and for specialist engineering or industrial products.
Last rearing season I tried your Quill Drinkers on Mallard ducklings - WONDERFUL is how I feel I must begin to describe them! Now I have clean water available 24 hrs a day and such a reduction in bedding requirements - saving labour, ducklings staying much cleaner, eliminating losses due to them getting wet and cold.
It's not often I write and praise a product but I felt after one season using the Quill Drinkers I should do so. The Quill Drinker is everything it says it is. And does exactly everything it says it will...I can, will & do thoroughly recommend the Quill Drinker to anyone with any birds of any age.
Quill Lyte Plus is marvellous stuff. Normally we give our birds a bit of Baycox before and after bitting...This year for the first time, we used your Quill Lyte instead and it worked out brilliantly. We've had very, very minimal losses and they really love it.
Mr. T. Green
Headkeeper at Carnanton Shoot
Having tried other products, I have used Calferol for several years. There is a visible difference after 5 to 7 days when used as Quill advise. I produce far less broken and cracked eggs and a lot more 1st grade. I also observed a calming effect on the birds when using Calferol. It truly is a remarkable product.
Tristan Powell - 28,000 birds.
The Hoof Spray System makes treatment of digital dermatitis quick and simple. We all know if it is quick and simple then it gets done. Digital dermatitis cure rates are best if infected cows receive prolonged exposure to effective treatments. Repeated sprays are better than prolonged bandages and this system helps make this a practical reality. Combined with good foot hygiene, regular foot disinfection, heifer foot bathing and effective lame cow treatments, this approach could assist farmers in reducing digital dermatitis infection levels, could help preserve valuable antibiotics and could minimise the amount of copper used on farm.
Dr Nick Bell
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