Broilers Wall Inlets

Double L has been a leader in the advancement of Broilers ventilation in chicken and turkey houses over the years. Achieving optimal performance from a broiler flock depends on executing ventilation as correctly and efficiently as possible. During minimum ventilation periods, producers are concerned about moisture, litter conditions, keeping birds warm, and air quality. The more control producers have over air quality, air temperature, and energy usage, the more control they will have over their paycheck at the end of the grow-out.

Air entering through properly designed sidewall inlets (also known as vents) will allow the air jet to attach to the ceiling, travel along the ceiling until it makes it to the center of the house, and gently move down towards the floor. It is essential to maximize the travel distance along the ceiling so the cool incoming air will be sufficiently heated by the warm air collecting at the ceiling. The mixing of the cook, damp air with the warm air at the top of the house is great for air mixing, but the uniform temperature being created isn’t automatically the greatest benefit to be reaped from this system.

The sidewall Broilers vents offered by Double L help to keep your air clean, lower your heating costs, and improve litter quality. As the Broilers industry is evolving, house design and construction are evolving too. The basic principles for ideal air mixing become more difficult to achieve in the wider houses (larger than 60 ft. wide) without the correct equipment. The European Sidewall Vent from Double L has a curved blade that has the ideal design to achieve complete air mixing in houses. The curved blade helps direct more air across the ceiling and creates an efficient air jet that will reach the center of these wider houses with ease.