In addition to lighting, good ventilation is of one of the most important factors when growing plants in a greenhouse. Therefore, we have all ventilation fittings here that are used when installing a system for supplying fresh air. Our range of ventilation fittings consists of 90° arcs, T and Y pieces, connectors and reducers, connection flanges, check valves and end caps.
The ventilation fittings are all rigid structures, which advantageously keep their shape under a heavy strain or when bent. Using ventilation fittings prevent compressive strain on the ventilation, which could otherwise lead to a reduction or blockage in the air supply. Connectors and reducers help to connect rigid tubes and flexible hoses together. As an additional advantage, reducers make it possible to connect pipes and/or hoses with different opening diameters. Thanks to the reducers, different ventilation systems can be interconnected if you want to, for example, renew or expand your system.
Check valves, which are also known as backwater valves, are also very useful. Due to the nature of their construction, check valves let air through in only one direction. Therefore, they are used to prevent undesired cold air does not from entering the greenhouse or hot air from escaping. Check valves can be used as either end pieces or connectors in a ventilation system.
Ventilation grilles that only leave air for fresh air
To prevent animals and insects from entering the ventilation pipe, you should install a ventilation grille at the end of your ventilation system. The grilles are available in different designs - with coarse and fine meshed grilles. In order to filter out even smaller pests and particles in both supply and exhaust air, filter systems such as the pocket filter are ideal. These can also be used to remove odours from the exhaust air. Our service team will be happy to assist you with advice on ventilation technology and installation tips so that nothing circulates through the good piece of ventilation as a full pipe of fresh air.
Ventilation grids are installed at the end of a ventilation system to prevent vermins from entering the ventilation tube or birds from building a nest inside the tube. Ventilation grids are used for air inlets same as for outlets.
Ther are coarse meshed grids on the market for bigger vermins (mice, rats, martens etc) and fine meshed grids for smaller vermins (like insects) and of course a combination of both. Ventilation grids are made of plastic or made of metal. Mostly common is the round form but there are some manufacturers that produce rectangled ones.