novaVAC Poultry Vaccination Instruments

Injection Group

novaVAC Poultry Vaccination Instruments consists of two main instrument types: Injection Group and Spray Group.

Injection Group currently has 4 different instruments designed for the different needs of the users. Please click the links below for the specifications of each product.

novaVAC MBTs Electronic/pneumatic vaccination instrument for day-old chicks

novaVAC SBT Electronic/pneumatic vaccination instrument for day-old chicks

novaVAC PVT Pneumatic vaccination instrument for day-old chicks

novaVAC MS Electronic/pneumatic vaccination instrument for day-old chicks

A table for distinctive technical specifications is below:

 novaVAC MBTsnovaVAC SBTnovaVAC PVTnovaVAC MS
Vaccination Capacity (unit/hour)4800-63003000-45003000-45003500
Simultaneous double vaccination
(oily+ water based)
Digital needle depth adjustmentDigitalDigitalManualManual
Electronic & pneumaticPneumaticPneumatic
Needle touch sensor
Automated disinfection
Automated dust removal
Air gun
Remote access
Data storage
Vaccination count display
Deviation in 2000 doses oily vaccine
(+/- doses)
5141414
Deviation in 2000 doses water-based vaccine
(+/- doses)
14141414
Automated greasing

novaVAC Injection Group Instruments ensure minimum applied dosage deviation regardless of the viscosity of the vaccine and the vaccine type (water-based or oily). With 2000 doses vaccine, the number of vaccinated birds is 1995-2000 in oily vaccines and 1986-2014 in water-based vaccines with a dosage safety of +/- %0,25-0,70 which is 10 times higher than fully calibrated classical instruments. Full dosage vaccine intake is directly related with the vaccination performance.

novaVAC Injection Group Instruments have double injection speed when compared to classical vaccination instruments even in simultaneous application of oily and water-based vaccines. This speed is not related with viscosity and enables significant savings due to number of instruments and operators needed to complete the vaccination.

The cost of vaccination represents a small portion of total costs in a poultry integration. However, the benefit of vaccination can be very high when compared to its cost. Therefore, one of the most important activities in an integration should be the management of vaccination applications. Full vaccine intake should only be ensured with the combination of experienced operator and a well-designed and configurated vaccination instrument. These two components should work together for a safe, easy and accurate vaccination.