Air Mixing Reduces Stratification in Poultry Houses

ITALY - Effective air mixing is a practical and efficient means to disrupt air stratification, according to Termotecnica Pericoli.
calendar icon 1 October 2014
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Termotecnica Pericoli is always striving for the most practical and cost-efficient solution to the many challenges in production facilities. Air stratification can not only be costly in wasted and ineffective utilization of energy, a costly resource but can also be very detrimental to production. The compact and lightweight ACF range of circulation fans certainly meets those criteria.

Although lightweight and compact they are robust and reliable in either a stainless steel or galvanised housing depending on the nature of the environment or application, also with the same choice of propeller materials.

The three-phase models (36”, 30” and 25”) have high displacement propellers which are both high performance and efficient. The two single-phase models (22” and 18”) have blades designed for low noise while still being efficient and are simple and easy to install with 'Plug and Play' connections, which are IP55 protected with thermal overload protection.

All five models have as standard features:

  • doubly safety guards
  • suspension eye bolts – included for ease of installation.
Termotecnica Pericoli ACF poultry house fan

The innovative design and engineering has produced a circulation fan with an extended throw which can also be combined with the RWA water atomiser to create a very effective air mixing, cooling and or humidification system which is very cost effective, easy to install, operate and maintain.

All Pericoli fans performance specifications are Bess Lab certified inclusive of all the safety options

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