Using Interval Timers to Control Evaporative Cooling Pads

Published on: 09/22/2019
Author/s : Michael Czarick 1 and Brian Fairchild 2. / 1 Extension Engineer, University of Georgia; 2 Extension Poultry Scientist, University of Georgia.

  It is fairly common practice to operate evaporative cooling pads off both house temperature and an interval timer. For instance, the evaporative cooling pad pump would be set to turn on once house temperature reaches 82°F, at which time an interval timer would allow the circulation pump to operate a minute or two out of ten. Once the house temperature drops below 81°F, the circulat...

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Ling Yoke Kooi Ling Yoke Kooi
Poultry farmer
September 22, 2019
This helps me understand better in getting best result in tunnel ventilation.
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