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Wednesday, 3 July 2013

CO2-controlled ventilation

Pigs give off varying amounts of carbon dioxide depending on number, weight, activity, health status and feed conversion; this varies over the course of 24 hours.
If the ventilation rate is wrong, heating will also be wrong and the air quality will be suboptimal, leading to a depression in productivity and increased risk of disease outbreak. To hear more about CO2 controlled ventilation and how heating costs can be reduced, watch Niels Veng’s presentation from our Innovation Conference here

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