Installing the Sani-Slat Poultry flooring
Note the jig used in assembly for the frames is very squared up, detailed, for a close tolerance with the slat.
It is then turned over where the gussets, stops, and trays are added.
The trays are used to hold screws.
The stops and gussets are used to align the building of the next slat.
The first step: the lumber is laid on to the jig. Then the headers are attached to the runners.
The second step: the 7 Sani-Slats are set. The first slat should be set square to one end. Then all the others will align.
Then, place 6 screws for each slat. The tabs are used to align all the Sani-Slats.
Installation Time: The wood and plastic assembly with 2 people working should take approximately 3 minutes per slat.