Optimal Energy Efficiency


PoultryHouse Barns are more than just sheds - they are complete, climate controlled, integrated poultry growing systems designed to create premium poultry and optimal energy efficiencies.

The curved tunnel-inspired roof design of PoultryHouse Barns ensures optimal ventilation and even temperature distribution across the total poultry environment, ensuring a constant flow of fresh air to help the birds thrive and grow.

Correct airflow dynamics and flow control ensure the optimum amount of air enters in the right way for freshness and comfort, without stressful drafts.

The building’s concrete walls are also thermally rated to minimise heat loss or temperatures being lowered through cold outside conditions at the base level where the poultry grows. The complete upper and lower wall system has a higher insulating R-value than industrial standards.

Temperatures are precisely computer-controlled while purpose-specified insulation has the right R-value to offer the correct thermal rating to effectively control the interior climate in all seasons.

The totally energy efficient design reduces running costs while ensuring precise climate control without power spikes. Fan usage is therefore optimised to deliver lower running costs.

Labour costs are also greatly reduced. Maintenance requirements are low and the 30-year warranty ensures a secure long-term investment.

In order to control the environment within a poultry house, it is essential that a producer not only controls how much air is entering the house, but where it is entering.

For instance, during cold weather essentially no air should enter a house when the fans are off. When the fans are operating, all the air should enter through the air inlets so it can be directed along the ceiling toward the centre of the house to insure it is preconditioned by the warm air next to the ceiling  before moving down to bird level.

University of Georgia, Athens, GA USA.