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To ventilate stored onions, potatoes or other crops, a considerable amount of pressure is needed, and therefore normal fans will not do the job adequately.
To properly ventilate potatoes and especially onions, air must be pushed through with a considerable amount of pressure. Without both volume and pressure, it is impossible to ensure the minimum amount of air that has to pass through the produce for adequate ventilation.
AgroVent systems BV uses special turbines or fans, because normal fans are not capable of generating enough pressure along with the required flow rate.
A turbine with its safety grille on top
The complete assembly of a turbine, protective grid and its non-return valve
Why the non-return valves? Imagine if a turbine stops working, where would the air go?
The blades of the turbines have the profile of an airplane wing, in order to generate the necessary pressure and a big enough air flow.
The precision needed to reach the necessary pressure and airflow, especially for onions.
Rows of turbines and heaters in a bulk storage facility.
Turbines and heaters in a row in a bulk bulk storage.
The relation between the ventilation turbines and the science of drying and climate control.
The blades of these turbines have the profile of an airplane wing, to be able the create the necessary pressure and airflow.
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