Greenhouse Unit Heaters: Types, Placement, and Efficiency

Sanford, Scott. 2006. Greenhouse Unit Heaters: Types, Placement, and Efficiency. University of Wisconsin ExtensionAccessed at: <http://learningstore.uwex.edu/Greenhouse-Unit-Heaters-Types-Placement-and-Efficiency-P135.aspx>

Greenhouse Unit Heaters: Types, Placement, and Efficiency, published in 2006 by the University of Wisconsin Extension and written by Scott Sanford, the Senior Outreach Specialist for the Rural Energy Program provides information on greenhouse heating. Supplemental heating is often needed for overcast days and nights when growing in a greenhouse. This publication discusses differences between unvented, gravity-vented, power-vented, separated combustion, and high efficiency unit heaters along with how heated air distribution can affect energy usage.

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