CHORE-TIME® Directional Air Inlet
Side view illustration of CHORE-TIME® Directional Air Inlet
Heat image from CHORE-TIME® Directional Inlet test work performed at the University of Georgia
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Throw Your Incoming Air A "Curve" For Better Air Mixing
Controlling the entry of fresh air into pig facilities has been made easier with the CHORE-TIME® Directional Air Inlet. The directional air inlet features a curved design offering producers greater directional control combined with superior air moving ability.
Directional Air Control
- Curved inlet directs fresh air upward and speeds it to the center of the house – ideal for wide buildings.
- Draws building air into airstream at sides of inlet to mix it with fresh air.
- During operation, airflow is directed through the inlet’s opening rather than leaking out at bottom and sides.
Superior Air Movement
- Delivers over 70% more air (CFM) than conventional 7" x 46" inlets.
- Curved inlet maintains greater air velocity further than conventional inlets – in fact, air velocity is 50% greater 20 feet from the inlet.
- Reduces the number of inlets needed by almost half.
Durable and Proven
- Solid, all plastic* construction will not rust or corrode; also rodent resistant.
- Hollow door insulates against sweating.
- Sealed against air leakage.
- Reduced maintenance costs.
- Tested and proven. Studied by the University of Georgia.
*Units are made of PVC, polypropylene, nylon and ASA (Acrylic-Styrene-Acrylonitrile).