“Dhumal” Poultry Flooring System

Dhumal Poultry Flooring Systems are designed to international standards from high-quality plastic. They provide a cleaner healthier environment, reduce the risk of bird injury and disease, permit higher-yield, ease of use, maintenance, and tough durability. They are an ideal alternative to wooden slats and metallic wire netting. To improve the hygiene inside the house, part ofthe house should be equipped with plastic slats. While the birds are inside the house, droppings can be stored and removed after each batch. The correct design (width and height) ofthe slats is especially important to make sure that the hens can easily reach the nests when they leave the litter area via the slat system.


  • Hygienic – easy to clean, inhibits bacterial growth and fully corrosion resistant
  • Birds safe – reduces breast blistering, leg problems and litter related diseases
  • Ventilation - 45% open area permits excellent manure filtration with minimum built up and increase
  • Ventilation which can accommodate more birds per sq ft
  • For Broilers, Breeders required size will be 2.25 sq. ft. per bird
  • During mating time, the footing is completely secure regardless of the weight or vigor of rooster
  • High load bearing capacity, person can walk on Slats
  • Easy to install and highly durable
  • Litter expenses and maintenance is almost reduced
Material Polypropylene Stabilised
Size 2 ft. X 4 ft. / 120 cm X 120 cm
Opening 1.6" X 0.8" / 42 mm X 22 mm
Area 8 sq.ft.


  • No Bedding material required (Saves cost)
  • Strong: breaking strength 500 pounds
  • Birds get ventilation from floor
  • If plastic support no rust
  • Easy to assemble and disassemble
  • Manure removal is easy
  • More birds per sq mtr


The 2 ft. X 4 ft plastic slats are light weight and handy. The can be fitted with 1” X 1” and 1.1/4” X 1.1/4” angle. The side walls should have windows to insure proper ventilation, needed for quick manure drying. After the cycle is over, the slats can be taken out at a few places and manure can be removed easily. Alternatively, the shed can be raised one, with the floor raised to about 6ft to 7ft., where the difference between Slatt and deep litter is about one foot. Generally, 2/3rd slats and 1/3rd deep litter are kept in the poultry shed . Jumbo Drinkers & Feeders are on the Slatts. The Slatts are strong enough even for labour to walk on the same. Nest boxes are hung as shown in the diagram.