A greenhouse (also called a glasshouse, or, if with sufficient heating, a hothouse) is a structure with walls and roof made chiefly of transparent material, such as glass, in which plants requiring regulated climatic conditions are grown. Heating or electricity is one of the most considerable costs in the operation of greenhouses across the globe, especially in colder climates.
Types of heating systems can be divided into two groups, Central and Local. Central heating systems consist of a boiler in a central location. Boilers heat with steam or hot water and can burn a variety of fuels. Local heating systems are usually placed at one end of the greenhouse. They can be unit heaters, convection heaters or radiant heaters. Central heating systems are used most commonly in larger commercial greenhouses due to cost. Local heating systems are more suitable for smaller greenhouses. Boiler in greenhouse can burn wood chips, agricultural waste products, coal, fuel oil, biogas, natural gas and so on.
ZBG can provide a variety of boilers for greenhouse, including oil and gas fired boiler, biomass boiler, chain grate coal fired boiler and so on. If you want to purchase a boiler for greenhouse, and do not know what type of boiler to choose, you can give us a message or contact our online service, tell us your specific information, our engineers will help you choose the most suitable equipment.
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