Horizontal air circulation
Horizontal Circulation Fans mix the air above the plants at a high speed from fan to fan. This can be done according to the serial or parallel ventilation principle. As a side effect, due to the airspeed, the air between the plants is set in motion and big horizontal temperature differences are evened out.
Vertical air circulation
Vertically mixing the air with the help of V-FloFans creates a constant airflow between the plants, which ensures an active microclimate. In addition, this fan mixes sun-heated air with colder layers of air at the bottom of the crop, thus evening out vertical differences in temperature and humidity. V-FloFans are often used in greenhouses where the 'Next Generation Growing' principle is used for growing.
Reducing humidity in greenhouses by ventilation
To reduce humidity in a greenhouse, a mechanical ventilation system can be a fitting solution. With the help of Galvanized Box Fans, humid air is extracted from the greenhouse and dry air is pumped in through air inlets.
Our Multifan horizontal fans are also called greenhouse fans. The design of these fans has been specifically developed for the greenhouse sector.