Boiler Rooms from Enerdes
A boiler room is completely filled with an integrated greenhouse heating system that has many components which are all dependent on each other:
- Flue gas condenser
- CO2 enrichment system
- Head manifold
- Group dividers
Optimal selection and sizing of these components as well as their installation and interconnection is of utmost importance.
Greenhouse with a boiler room
Boiler rooms serve to heat the greenhouse, produce CO2, store heat and produce steam for disinfecting material. The boiler room must comply with legal requirements and guidelines.
Many different installations are placed in the boiler room, many of which are dependent on each other and therefore need to be properly coordinated. For example, there are boilers in the boiler room, with flue gas condensers if necessary. But also a CO2 installation, main distribution lines and group divider are often part of a boiler room.
The boilers are used for heating the greenhouse, producing CO2, and possibly steam. A boiler is dimensioned to meet the required heat demand, which is determined by a climate analysis. A boiler can run on different fuels depending on availability and local legislation.