Model VF36/56 - Warm Water Radiators for Poultry and Pig Houses
The water carried heating systems from DACS supplies a large quantity of dry heat to the house without any risk of sparks flowing. Dry heat is useful both for heating up to temperature set point but also for dehumidification, like in a poultry house, since dry heat can absorb a large quantity of humidity. In conjunction with our Corona ventilation system the humidity is easily removed from the house leaving it in perfect climatic balance.
It is important, especially during the winter months, to have full heating capacity available. To keep the radiator capacity at optimum rates it is essential that cleaning is easy and efficient, as dust will block the air channels and lead to inefficient and slow heating of the building. The DACS radiator, with its 1 mm material thickness on all heating segments will stand cleaning by high pressure water cleaning without bending. The swing-away front panel and a 5 mm spacing between the segments allow for easy access and thorough cleaning. All segments are vertically oriented to ensure complete drainage after washing.
Hot dip galvanized
All our warm water radiators are hot dip galvanized for maximum corrosion protection, and each radiator is equipped with a 0.3 kW blower. The system is dimensioned with a very easy water flow inside the heating element, meaning that only a small circulation pump is needed and that the energy consumption of the radiator is minimized.
Efficient heat distribution
To give the most efficient and even distribution of heat, the radiator is typically placed on the house end 2,5-3 meters from the side wall. This placement gives the most efficient and even heat distribution. When mounted on our standard frame, the radiator sits 40 cm from the wall. The sturdy, galvanized frame mounts directly to the wall and holds the radiator in place. The frame has been designed to distribute the weight of the radiator to the floor, making installation in almost any type building possible. The performance on the radiator is stated at a room temperature of 32° C and an average temperature in the radiator of 85°C. The performance of the radiator raises the bigger the difference on the system's incoming water and room temperature is.