The DryAir ventilation system can reduce the humidity generated in the stable by a third. This means that even standard ventilation can keep the stable environment dry, odorless and pleasant.
1. Humidity control with DryAir
The DryAir system condensation sheet is the coldest surface in the winter, because cold inlet air is conveyed behind it. The excess humidity in the stable air condenses on the condensation sheet, from where it runs to the water channel down below and from there on to the drain.
Because all of the humidity does not need to be discharged with ventilation, the need for ventilation is reduced by approx. a third. Standard ventilation is enough to keep the stable dry and the relative humidity at ideal values.
2. Heat recovery
At the same time as the water vapor condenses onto the condensationg sheet, it releases energy it has bound, which then heats up the inlet air. At temperatures of more than 15 C below freezing point, the inlet air is heated up to -5 degrees.
3. Draftless ventilation
Horses will be exposed to less draft. Its most significant function is reducing the temperature difference between the inlet air and the inside air. By heating and distributing inlet air throughout the whole length of the stable, DryAir provides draftless ventilation and optimum conditions for the wellbeing of both the horses and grooms.