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Desvac Gel Dispenser - Ceva

Our new Desvac Gel Dispenser In-Line is a unique equipment capable of evenly dropping vaccine in a gel form on Day Old Chicks. The Coccidiosis vaccine is absorbed when the birds ingest the red coloured droplets. Our equipment is designed to dispense the vaccine uniformly on the crate ensuring best possible cover, contributing to good vaccine take.

  • Pathology: Coccidiosis
  • Ceva Vaccines: Immucox I, II, T

Key Features and Benefits
  • Unique gel dispenser system
  • Accurate dosage of 25 ml
  • Free-standing system adaptable to any conveyor belt system
  • Crates are not stopped for vac-cination: time saving
  • Alarm system for blocked crates and empty vaccine tank
  • Cleaning In Place system (CIP) for better hygiene
  • Easy to use and maintain for vaccination staff
  • 1200 crates per hour


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