Certainly better, desirably different!
Proflex is specialized in environmentally and animal friendly concrete constructions for pig and cattle husbandry, and for arable farming.
The team consists of people with long term experience in the agro business. We deducted from a variety of past experiences that the construction and installation of floors in animal barns doesn’t necessarily have to be different, bus especially better. The result of this: floor for animal houses, that increase animal welfare, environmental friendliness, ease of maintenance and optimal working comfort.
For cattle farming we developed the MeadowFloor and the MeadowFloor-CL with low ammonia emission. These floors reduce the ammonia emission and are very animal friendly and ease in maintenance.
For pig farmers we deliver acid-resistant slats. These slats are up to 300% more resistant to the acids from manure and food scraps.
Proflex, professional advise with a flexible attitude.
For a new fattener barn in Diessen Proflex delivers over 10.000 M2 Fattener slats. Most of these slats have a length of 300 cm and a width of 120 cm. A big part of these slats will be provided with a dense part of the floor. We wish this farmer good luck with the construction […]
Proflex Betonproducten recently delivered prefab curved floors, provided with insulation and heating, in combination with composit slats at Family Van GInkel in Scherpenzeel for their new piglet barn. We thank Family van Ginkel for their confidence and wish them good luck.
For a new Fattener barn in Finsterwolde Proflex delivers over 10.000 M2 Fattener slats. Most of these slats have a length of 300 cm and a width of 120 cm. Appr. The half of these slats will be provided with a dense part of the floor. We wish this farmer good luck with the construction […]
Family Ten Have-Mellema has recently started the construction of a new barn. Proflex delivered the pig slats and floors. In a short while Proflex will also deliver and assemble the concrete sty design. Through our Website we will keep you informed of the progress of this project. We thank family Ten Have-Mellema for their confidence […]