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Facilities and accessories of the greenhouses

Greenhouses' cooling system
Greenhouses' heating system
Watering and feeding system
Energy storage curtain
Greenhouse soils
Climate control system
CO2 injection systems
Greenhouse coverage
Profile and pipe
Connection and fastener
planting, growing, and harvesting system
Greenhouse cooling and heating system
Choosing a suitable greenhouse cooling and heating system to regulate and maintain temperature, humidity and air conditioning is vital and permanent in most greenhouses. In this text, we examine the types of greenhouse cooling and heating systems such as greenhouse heater unit, greenhouse air conditioner, Econopac, Zent and air washer in terms of fuel consumption, benefits and features so that it can be a good guide for choosing the right greenhouse cooling system. Or be a greenhouse heating system. Greenhouses must provide a controlled environment with adequate light, temperature and humidity suitable for crop growth. Their temperature depends on the type of growing crop. Often, products require a temperature of 21 to 27 degrees Celsius during the day. In some cases, the relative humidity of the air must also be controlled. Some plants also need low temperatures (for example, 10 degrees Celsius) to grow.

Heating greenhouse system

-Boiler and floor heating
-Greenhouse heater
-Heater jet

Greenhouse heating system
Boiler and floor heating
The most evolved, slightly troublesome, and consumption among available systems is the boiler. The pipe on the greenhouse's floor is put in a way to have a rail function. The boiler heating system consists of various parts like boiler pot, heat transition pipes, torch, and different types of connection.
•The equal temperature in all parts of the greenhouse
•Avoiding freeze of the gutters
•No emission of explosion carbon monoxide
•Avoiding the entrance of cold air from the walls
•Decrease in consumed fuel costs
•Using the pipe's floor as a rail for the wagon