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Gang Slats

Gang Slats

Moore Concrete manufacture a comprehensive range of Gang Slats as part of the suspended flooring system. Slats are available in a range of lengths up to 5000mm (16’5”) and axle loadings of up to 10 ton.

Gang slats are a more economical and less labour-intensive option than straw bedding, particularly as animals housed on slats require 50% less space than those on straw yards.

Ask our team about our Surefoot Slip Resistant Slats which provide 50% more grip than a conventional brushed finish.

Our precast livestock suspended flooring systems incorporate, slats, cubicles, gangs, support beams and passage covers.

For further information regarding Gang Slats Please contact a member of our agriculture Sales Team on 028 2565 2566, Ext 1
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Range

Slat Type Width
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Length
(mm)
Loading Capacity
Single Slat 125 - 210 150 (6") 2135 (7’) – 2895 (9’) N/A
Single Slat 125 - 210 150 (6") 2895 (9’6”) - 3200 (10’6”) N/A
7 Ribs x 178d
(no transverse bar)
1200 178 (7") 1220 (4') - 2285 (7'6")
in 150mm increments
TB, HDa
7 Ribs x 178d 1200 178 (7") 2440 (8') - 4572 (15')
in 150mm increments
TB, HDa
6 Ribs x 250d 1200 250 (10") 2745 (9') - 4875 (16')
in 305mm increments
TB, HDb
6 Ribs x 250d 1200 250 (10") 5000 (16'5") TB, HDb
Straw Bedding 1200 178 (7") 2745 (9') - 4875 (16')
in 305mm increments
TB, HDa
Multi Purpose 1140 178 (7") 2440 (8') - 3960 (13')
in 305mm increments
CB

Key

Cattle Bearing up to 800kg (CB)
Axle Loading up to 4.5 ton (TB)
Axle Loading up to 6.5 ton (HD)a
Axle Loading up to 10.0 ton (HD)b

*Solid Safety Slats available
Complete with concrete & galvanised grid. Galvanised Inserts available upon request.

GANG SLATS DESIGN & HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS

All slats are CE Marked and Manufactured to EN 12737. Full specification is available in the Declaration of Performance.

Customers should lift and handle units either by under-slinging with web slings or lifting directly with appropriate mechanical lifting equipment, such as a telescopic handler. Lifting loops will correspond to the load being lifted. Slats should be laid on a smooth level surface. For more details please refer to our Storage and Handling Instructions.

Example Axle Loading Calculation 

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