A fresh air unit designed to heat or cool poultry houses
The GP Air Inlet is a wall-mounted, cost-effective alternative to traditional methods of introducing warm air to the poultry house.
It incorporates a radiator which is supplied with hot water, delivering up to 66kW of heat.
The GP Air Inlet’s powerful fan can deliver up to 11,500 m3 of fresh, warm air per hour - two units can supply the minimum ventilation for 16,000 layers, or sufficient ventilation for 16-17 days for 40,000 broilers. The fresh air is directed to the apex of the house by the adjustable louvre, caught in a catchment sheet and distributed around the house by circulation fans. A constant supply of dry, warm air can improve Feed Conversion Ratio, promote dry, friable litter and reduce ammonia and CO2.
The GP Air Inlet is incredibly flexible, offering the ability to deliver cool air during the summer months (by supplying the radiator unit with cold water from a chiller or borehole), and an optional recirculation feature, allowing the warm air in the house to be recycled within the unit and combined with the incoming fresh air.
Additional HEATING by including radiator element which can be supplied with hot water by ground source heat pump, gas or biomass
RECIRCULATION, allowing a percentage of the exhaust air to be recycled
Additional COOLING by supplying the radiator unit with cold water from a chiller or borehole