Why Do You Need a Dairy Farm Heat Exchanger system?

Ever escalating energy costs and environmental concerns are making everyone consider a switch to more energy efficient and eco friendly solutions for their working farms.
Dairy farms face many challenges, including increasing energy costs and issues concerning environmental impact. Dairy Farms are noww starting to alter and update their hot water management practices to ensure efficient utilisation of precious and costly resources. Many Dairy Farms are now investing in solutions that are both cost effective, ensure energy conservation and at the same time do not have adverse effects on the environment.
The largest expense for a Dairy Farm is the use of heated water for cleaning. On an average Dairy Farm, each milking point requires 18 litres of hot water for circulation cleaning. The best solution to economise the energy costs for this is by using an efficient system for heating that will not consume as much energy.
The Eco House Dairy Farm Heat Exchanger System has been designed specifically for the Dairy Farm industry. Our heat exchanger system heats water to between 60-80 degrees, providing you with an endless supply of hot water whenever you need it. Making use of this system can offer huge savings without increasing electricity consumption. With the continuous use of this system, you can save up to 80% of your energy expenses.
This system utilises a smart controller along with a self-regulation control system. This system is designed using an advanced refrigerant, an improved compressor and pump technology that results in higher performance at lower costs.
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