Poultry House Flame Sanitizer

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Not sold online, call for details and pricing! The Red Dragon® Poultry House Flame Sanitizer is the Natural Solution For Sanitizing in Commercial Poultry Confinement Areas.
• Intense Heat Kills Pathogens
• Flares Off Ammonia Vapors
• Less Expensive Than Chemicals
• No Run-off, Residues or Water Contamination
• Great for Organic & Conventional Producers 

The Red Dragon® Poultry House Flame Sanitizer is a fast, easy, and effective way to sanitize poultry houses. The Red Dragon® is designed to flame bare floors and litter. For best results flame bare floor after cleanout and after each de-caking.

The flamer utilizes six LT 2 x 8 Liquid Propane torches that project intense, sweeping flames under a sturdy enclosed steel hood. The unit maintains heat at approximately 1400° F which kills pathogens.

The unit is a snap to use. Connect the three-point hitch and 12-volt wires to the tractor battery and you are ready to go. The flamer is designed to hold a standard 120-gallon propane tank but smaller tanks may be used. In field testing, fuel consumption was approximately 25 gallons (94 Liters) when flaming a 40' x 500' house moving at 1/2 mph. Fuel consumption will vary depending upon temperature, travel speed, etc.

The sturdy Red Dragon® Poultry House Flame Sanitizer quickly connects to the tractor with a three-point hitch and Burns Clean Efficient Propane. 

  • Category 2 - narrow 3 point hitch
  • Complete Manifold Assembly with electronic solenoids
  • Cab Control Box with a master shut-off switch
  • All Torches Needed
  • All necessary hose assemblies
  • Fuel Strainer
  • Red Dragon® Hand-Held Torch Kit for Lighting Burners & Sterilizing Corners/Edges.
  • 120 Gallon LP Tank


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“ I had a very bad, chronic problem with dermatitis. It was so bad that if the poultry house sanitizer had not solved the problem, I was going to be out of business.

I did exactly what you told me to do. I flamed the houses, then turned the litter and flamed again. I flamed each house three times the first time and once each flock since then. It is making me money. I was finishing last now I am finishing first. The bonuses are great. Thanks, Flame Engineering.” Ricky Ponder, Mount Olive, MS

“Since using the Poultry House Sanitizer, I have seen eliminations to my mortality rate. I am now finishing in the top 3rd in the company. I am happy with the results overall. I wouldn’t do without one. I bought this equipment for the disease problems and it has worked.” Joe Lynn-Linden, TX

“I have noticed the best results of The Poultry House Sanitizer are getting rid of the darkling bugs.” Buddy Hitt-Dalton, GA

“This process has lowered my mortality rate. I am now finishing 5th in the company compared to before on the 15th. I have increased my settlement payments by $10,000. I am happy with the overall results and highly recommend this process to others.” Brian Betts-Cookville, TX

“I’ve had a noticeable reduction in ammonia after treating with The Poultry House Sanitizer. I think this process is a great idea. I recommend this process to others because I believe it will take care of the bacteria problems.” Mervin Trull-Duback, LA

“I’ve been very happy with the ammonia control. The mortality has been less the last two or three weeks of the flock. Also, I have noticed more weight gain. Another reason to use The Poultry House Sanitizer is that it's one less chemical in the litter. I would recommend it to other chicken house owners.” Ray Fiseher-Linden, TX

Always consult your propane dealer about purchasing the proper tank or have them check your existing tank to make sure it is clean and safe before you begin flaming. You MUST use a propane tank equipped with a Liquid Withdrawal Valve. Do NOT use a bottom withdrawal valve as any possible debris or scale may plug torches or solenoids down the line. We recommend a top-mounted, liquid withdrawal valve with a dip tube that reaches close to but does not rest on the bottom of the tank. Clean fuel and tanks are critical for the optimum performance of all flaming equipment.

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