SKIOLD is a total supplier of ventilation for your pig house; negative pressure, equal pressure, diffuse pressure, combi-diffuse as well as tunnel ventilation. Negative pressure ventilation is the most common choice of ventilation principle among SKIOLD's customers. This type of ventilation consist of a certain number of exhaust chimneys which are mounted in the ceiling or roof. Air intake is enabled by use of either wall or ceiling inlets.
Being able to deliver an operational reliable ventilation system which also minimizes the cost for energy remains one of SKIOLD's greatest priorities.
A wide range of components for air intake, control and exhaustion enables SKIOLD to design an energy-efficient ventilation plant which complies with practically all demands.
The SKIOLD PM (Permanent Magnet) motor is the new generation of low energy motors for ventilation. SKIOLD PM motors reduce the energy consumption by 35% to 70% compared to traditional triac or frequency controlled motors.
For pig farms in tropical areas, we use tunnel ventilation, which secures the same air speed and the same cooling effect and growth rate in the whole house. The green stripe pad consists of specially impregnated and corrugated cellulose paper sheets with different flute angles that have been bonded together. This unique design yields a cooling pad with high evaporation efficiency while still operating at a very low pressure drop.