Concrete walls and stalls at shows

Mounting on concrete, metal or other hard, non wood walls

 

Fix a piece of plywood (1.5 to 2cm thick) onto the rigid wall using two washers between the plywwod and

existing wall. These 2 washers create a space for the wood to vibrate from the horses kick.

 

Mount 1 of the sensors on to the plywood about 5 to 10 cm from the ground. If you wish, you can also cover

the sensor with the horses bedding. Repeat for the second wall and sensor.

 

The plywood does not need to be more than a metre high as horses rarely kick above this height. If the horse

only kicks in a small area you will only need a piece of plywood about 1 metre wide, if he kicks the entire

wall you will need a longer piece of plywood to cover the whole wall.

Mounting on shock absorbing material such as rubber or vinyl on temporary show stalls

 

 

Fixez le capteurs sur le contreplaqué à 5-10 cms du sol sur les deux murs le plus solicité. Si vous le souhaitez, vous pourrez éventuellement cacher les capteurs avec de la litière.

 

Remove rubber mats whever possible.

 

Bring a plywood board of about 2 metres by 1 metre to the show with you. The board needs to have 2 holes drilled in the top so that you can attach it to the top of the stable wall with string or baling twine

Mounting on wooden plank walls with spaces

 

 

Installez une plaque de contreplaqué sur les planches afin de relier les planches ensemble dans les

endroits où le cheval tape.

 

Fixez le capteur sur le contreplaqué à 5-10 cms du sol. Si vous le souhaitez, vous pourrez

éventuellement cacher le capteur avec de la litière.

 

Mount a plywood board (1.5 to 2cm thick) vertically onto the wall to connect all the individual planks

and fix the sensor on to this plank at about 5 to 10 cm from the floor. If you wish, you can also cover

the sensor with the horses bedding.

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