TOBACCO CURING BARNS
WE USE RECOVERED ENERGY IN CONJUNCTION WITH RENEWABLE SOURCES, ELECTRICITY AND OTHER CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES IN ORDER TO INCREASE THE OVERALL OUTPUT OF TOBACCO CURING PROCESS, WHILE REDUCING OPERATING COSTS AND HAVING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE EVIRONMENT.
Our tobacco curing barns come in 4 configurations that differ in hot water generating sources
The heat energy for indirect heating of drying air is sourced from hot water. The main sources of hot water are hot water boilers and air-to-water heat pump. Auxiliary source of hot water are solar collectors.
Primary sources of energy:
- renewable fuels: various biomass pellets, wood logs, field and crop residues
- fossil fuels: natural gas, LPG, fuel oil, coal
Auxiliary sources of energy:
- recovered energy, obtained from hot and wet exhaust air
- solar energy
Air-to-water high temperature heat pump allows better heat transfer, faster and more precise adaptation to internal and external temperature changes and use of central hot water boiler room.
Our team is committed to making a positive impact on social and environmental progress by promoting innovative and cutting-edge technologies used in all our models. Have any questions? We’d love to hear from you.