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|Product Name:||JH Galvanized Steel Structure Top Design Temporary Horse Stable||Usage:||Horse Stable|
|Door Type:||Sliding Door||Color:||All Color|
portable horse stall kits,
prefab horse stables
JH galvanized steel structure top design temporary horse stable
Doors come in a wide variety of materials and configurations, although swinging and sliding doors are common (see Figure 1). Doors can cover the full length of the doorway opening, be divided into two panels (Dutch door), or partially cover half to three-quarters of the opening, which is more common with metal mesh doors. Swing doors should open into the aisle rather than into the stall. Open swing doors decrease aisle workspace but may be latched open to alleviate this problem. They also require less hardware to function properly, but heavy-duty hinges are needed to prevent sagging. Sliding doors, in addition to the overhead track, need a stop to prevent the door from opening too far and falling off the track. They also need floor-level guides to keep the lower portion in place when the horse is pawing, leaning, or kicking at the door. Full-length doors should have less than 3 inches of clearance under them to prevent the horse from getting a hoof or leg stuck.
Place electric fixtures along the front or side walls to decrease shadows in the stall. One fixture above the center creates shadows as the horse comes to the front of the stall for observation. A 100W incandescent or 20W fluorescent are suitable electric fixtures. Position fixtures at least 8-feet high to minimize contact with the horse. For further protection, provide a shatterproof cage, which is available at most lighting supply stores.
|horse stable Specifications|
|Materials||Hot Galvanized steel|
|Material standard||Low carbon steel|
|Door Type||sliding door|
|Bearing bar||20x5, 25x3, 25x4, 25x5, 30x3, 30x4, 30x5, 32x3, 32x5, 40x5, 50...75x8mm, etc.|
Bearing Bar's Type
|F - Plain style|
|S - Serrated style (tooth-like)|
|I - I bar style|
|Beraing Bar Pitch||25, 30, 30.16, 32.5, 34.3, 40, 50, 60, 62, 65mm, etc.|
|Cross Bar||6mm, 8mm (twisted bar or round bar)|
|Cross bar pitch||40, 50, 60, 65, 76, 100, 101.6, 120, 130mm or as customers' requirement.|
|Surface Treatment||Black, electro galvanized, Hot dip galvanized, Painted, Powder coated, or as customers' requirement.|
|Advantage||Safe , strong beautiful|
All doors and doorjambs need to be durable, with secure latches, and free of sharp edges or protrusions. For example, door guides on sliding doors should be rounded and out of the traffic path. Door latches and other clasps that can be operated with one hand are an advantage at chore time. Position door latches out of reach of horses that may find pleasure in learning how to operate them. Horses may try to jump over doors that are half height (such as a Dutch door); however, options are available that allow a horse to hang its head out yet discourage jumping.
Lighting is important for proper care and observation of stalled horses. Shadows and poorly lit areas make stall cleaning cumbersome and inhibit observation and care. For natural lighting, provide a minimum of 4 square feet of window space in each stall. Glass windows should be either out of reach (generally above 7 feet) or protected by sturdy bars or mesh. Plexiglas is a good option for window glazing.
Contact Person: Nina Zhang