The typical feature of a tunnel ventilation system is the fans installed in the rear gable of a house and an air inlet at the front of the house, or vice versa. This configuration causes the so-called tunnel effect where air flows over the animals at great speed. This air flow creates a cooling breeze.
Tunnel ventilation ideal at high temperatures
This system is used in regions with high temperatures. The precision control can adapt the air speed in the house to the temperature in the house and the age of the animals. This ensures the animals stay in their comfort zone and that their feed and water consumption patterns are not affected. Tunnel ventilation safeguards uninterrupted growth of your animals.
In extremely hot weather conditions, the tunnel ventilation system can be supplemented with Greenline controllable PAD cooling to prevent heat stress.