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Greenhouses - Heat Required to Maintaining Temperature

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A greenhouse heat loss due to

  • transmission through glass
  • allowance for infiltration

at outside temperatures ranging -10 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit(-23 to -7 deg. C)

Example - Heat Loss from a Greenhouse

With an inside temperature 15oC and an outside temperature -10oC the heat loss from a greenhouse is aprox. 18 kW per 100 m2 floor area.

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Typical greenhouse temperatures.

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