The robot hangs from a steel rail, making it independent of ground or floor conditions and weather conditions in outdoor sections. This robot can also be equipped with various options to handle large height differences between barns. The Triomatic HP 2 300 feeding robot can be combined with all types of Triomatic feed kitchens. The feeding robot has two vertical mixing augers, a transverse conveyor capable of discharging to both the left and right, and a volume of 3 m3. The feeding robot in combination with a stationary feed mixer, with a feed kitchen or storage bunkers can be used as a full automated feeding system
The Triomatic WB feeding robot travels on wheels and has batteries to power traveling, discharging and pushing. In the feed kitchen, the feeding robot docks onto a power rail in order to charge the batteries and to be able to drive into the feed kitchen and carry out mixing on mains voltage. This gives the robot extra capacity and prolongs the lifespan of the batteries. For navigation, the Triomatic WB robot uses an antenna that follows an induction wire or transponders on the floor. This makes it possible to operate without any need for a rail, even between different stalls across a farmyard. The robot can be combined with all types of Triomatic feed kitchens.
This automatic feeding robot drives on four wheels. Two of the wheels have differential steering (skid steering) enabling the robot to maneuver easily in the feed alley. The robot has a mixing tub with 3m³ capacity and two vertical augers. Programming and operation is controlled by a 15” touch screen. The power supply runs on a power rail and discharge is via a conveyor belt. On request the front conveyor belt can be extended. In addition a feed push unit can be mounted on both sides of the robot. With this system, it is possible to feed in different stables in the farmyard. The feeding robot in combination with a stationary feed mixer, with a feed kitchen or storage bunkers can be used as a full automated feeding system.