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Cooling

Cooling Systems with fans and cooling pads

Cooling automation by the use of cooling panels and fans is considered as one of the most economic and efficient systems of controlled environments for the growth of plants and reproduction of poultry. In general terms, a surrounding space of temperature from 25-30°C and humidity from 50-75% is the ideal climate for the most optimum growth of plants and reproduction of poultry. Tested and verified studies have proven that specifically during summertime period, where the highest outdoor temperatures are developed, the cooling system of refrigeration with cooling panels and fans, can regulate the temperature in a greenhouse or industrial unit regularly in 30°C.

Cooling pads dimentions
H (mm) Panel Height 1500 , 1800 , 2000
W (mm) Pane width 600 , 1000
D (mm) Panel thickness 100 , 150 , 200 , 250
h (mm) sidewave height of panel 7 , 5
α ( ° ) Angle 45
β ( ° ) Angle 15 (45)


Fan Dimensions

Model

Diameter (mm)

Rotation Speed (roll/min)

Air Circulation (m³/h)

Noise

Motor (kw)

Dimensions (mm)

140

1400

310

60750

<=70db

1.1

1550*1550*365

125A

1250

325

43900

<=70db

0.75/1.1

1400*1400*365

125B

1250

439

44000

<=70db

1.1

1380*1380*400

90

900

450

21700

<=70db

0.45

1070*1070*365



Fan circulation
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Specifications

Model

Phase

Volts

Power(W)

Rotation Speed (roll/min)

Hertz (Hz)

Air Flow (m³/h)

1

one

220

145

1400

50

2880

2

one

220

235

1380

50

5200

Advantages

Ανεμιστήρες θερμοκηπίων The system is constituted by the unit of cooling panels, the fans, the recycling of water and the control unit. While the system is on run, the fan draws air to create negative press, or counter way, blows air to create positive press. The unsaturated outdoor air flows through the surface of the cooling pad, wets and fills the holes of the pad. The moisture that lies on the surface of the pad evaporates and brings away huge amounts of 'hidden' heat. Large amounts of apparent outdoor heat are transformed into 'hidden' heat for the moisture to evaporate, affecting the temperature of the air to get lower.