Greenhouse Heating Systems
Greenhouse Heating System
Greenhouse heating systems are designed by expert engineer staff according to the greenhouse structure, climate conditions, and heat source. The heat energy obtained from the heat source is designed to focus on the maximum yield of the plant by staying at the optimum temperature of the greenhouse. In this way, heat can be distributed homogeneously in the greenhouse.
Equipment in the heating system; collector group, circulation pumps, bypass lines, heat-laden fluid carrier pipes, caps, reducers, spot feet, connection legs, trolleys, check-valves, compensators, manometers, thermometers, flex pipe, fittings, safety valves, 3-way valves, butterfly valves, motorized valves, electrical equipment, heat-resistant paints, fittings, and spare fuel tank.
Heating Boilers and Heat Exchangers
The heat sources used in greenhouse heating are heating boilers and heat exchangers. High-efficiency heating boilers are produced in high quality and safety standards; It can work with various fuels such as natural gas-diesel, natural gas-fuel-oil, LPG-diesel, coal. Boilers produced in TS10217-2 standard are high-life three-pass boilers operating at operating pressure between 6-16 bar. Titanium plate heat exchangers, on the other hand, have wide application areas thanks to different plate types as well as protection of the installation, suitable for all kinds of heat transfer needs, high efficiency, and low investment cost.
The chimneys allow the smoke and gas generated in the greenhouses to be taken out of the greenhouse. The factors in the design of the chimney are the high strength chimneys that are customized according to the wind intake, the structure of the platform where the chimney will be mounted and the strength of the chimney.