Loose horse boxes by Röwer & Rüb
Our loose box concept provides a unique solution for safe horse stabling with almost limitless possibilities. We offer many solutions regarding quantity, as well as configuration, size and equipment. Our loose box concepts are developed to meet your requirements. All loose boxes by Röwer & Rüb are made of carefully selected, high-quality material ensuring stability and durability.
Our loose horse boxes are premium barn buildings, available in different configurations and sizes.They are manufactured of very robust hot-dip galvanised steel that might be powder-coated in different colours. The steel framework is filled with elegant hardwood and the exterior walls are constructed of 2.4’’ thick hardwood with double tongue and groove. The Röwer & Rüb loose boxes are constructed on a concrete base or another appropriate foundation.
Each loose box arrangement is individual, and can be equipped with our large range of barn doors and windows on the barn´s side and back walls. Our choice of mangers, waterers, and stable doors complement the loose box offer. All stable doors are equipped with our self-invented locker system, that keeps the door locked even when the horse kicks it or tries to open it.
Our loose boxes are covered by standard with a roof made of specially fabricated corrugated roofing or with sandwich elements. Nevertheless, many other roof types are available to make sure your personal design requirements are met. The insulated roof system of our loose boxes prevents heat loss in winter and keeps the stable cool in summer and the 6’ roof overhang is an effective weather protection.
There is a standard lighting roof ridgein our loose box system, which enables basic venting. For the best possible air and light supply, we recommend our special lighting and ventilation roof ridge. It enables an active air circulation even while the stable doors are closed, because of integrated ventilation flaps in the stable doors and the roof ridge. The air circulation is further supported by our steep roof pitch of 20 degrees.