Heat storage tank

A heat storage tank helps to control the air temperature inside the greenhouse.

During the day, for example when CO² is required inside the greenhouse, the heat from the boiler might not be needed at the same time.

The excess heat can then be stored in a heat storage tank where the temperature is kept between 65 an 85°C by climate computer control. This allows for immediate response to any changes in air temperature in the greenhouse without using the boiler system.