In certain countries, the air intake must be above the ridge to reduce the risk of infection. In other countries, there is a tradition for monoblock houses, making it impossible to use wall inlets, and the roof construction without ceilings makes it impossible to use ceiling inlets. For such instances, SKOV has developed an air supply unit combining high performance with low air velocity in the animal zone.
The two elements are often conflicting, but the conundrum has been solved with the use of air direction baffles providing optimal air distribution. Even during warm periods, where large amounts of air are taken in at high velocity, the unit distributes the air so that the animals do not experience draught.
The unit can be installed in any type of livestock house and is manufactured from sturdy, high quality components.
SKOV's high-performance roof inlet in a broiler house in Sweden