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New Control Pan Light


February 19, 2010
By Canadian Poultry

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Control Pan by Chore-TimeFeb. 19, 2010 – Chore-Time is offering poultry producers a new way to
attract birds to the control pans with its bright white control pan
light. Increasing bird activity at the control pans results in more
feed being eaten from the control pans, and this, in turn, helps to
ensure that feed is delivered to the rest of the feeder line.

Feb. 19, 2010 – Chore-Time is offering poultry producers a new way to attract birds to the control pans with its bright white control pan light. Increasing bird activity at the control pans results in more feed being eaten from the control pans, and this, in turn, helps to ensure that feed is delivered to the rest of the feeder line.

Control Pan by Chore-Time 

 

Chore-Time's 220 V AC pan light is easy to retrofit and can be mounted on any 1.75-inch-diameter feeder line tube with a 220-volt AC power supply. Powered by the control pan's power unit, the light remains lit whenever the timer activates the feeder. When using ad lib feeding, the pan light stays lit 24 hours a day.

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The new pan light is available in a kit that includes all components needed for installation. The rugged, nine-watt LED bulb does not build up heat, and it is rated for long life, saving producers the hassle of frequently replacing burned out bulbs.

For more information, visit: www.choretimepoultry.com ; e-mail: poultry@choretime.com ; or visit your local Chore-Time product dealer.


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