With high-pressure cooling, the livestock house is provided with a finely atomized water vapour, which cools the housing air. High-pressure cooling is used both in LPV and in tunnel systems and can, depending on the outside climate, reduce the house temperature by 10°C. Cooling nozzles are placed by the air inlets of the house and are simple to control. The cooling system can be adapted to all house types.
The nozzles are fitted with an anti-drip valve
High-pressure cooling can be used for more than just cooling. The system can minimise dust problems and raise the humidity level in the house. Between batches, the cooling system can be used to soak the house, making the washing process easier.
Anti-drip valve and optimum placement
The nozzle heads allow the cooling system to be adapted to all livestock house types - including in connection with renovation work. Nozzle openings are made with special tools after installation, enabling optimal positioning relative to the air inlets. All nozzles are supplied with anti-drip valves to avoid wet patches on the floor.