HELPING PRODUCERS SAVE UP TO 80% ON HEATING COSTS
Producers in the agriculture industry execute a key task within our global economy. Raising, managing and producing our food sources is integral to global well-being. For this industry to thrive, profits must be realized. Managing operational costs and maintaining a high standard of animal care and efficiency is a constant struggle. One of the largest operational costs in a livestock operation is heating. Triple Green Products offers a solution that can drastically decrease your farm heating costs.
The Triple Green Flame (TGF) is a world-class combustion system that is able to utilize multiple solid fuel/biomass sources to generate hot water or steam, while maintaining high efficiency and low emissions. In an agricultural setting, TGF Boilers are generally used as a central system dedicated to the generation and distribution of heat to multiple agricultural buildings and grain drying applications. The use of solid fuels such as wood chips, pellets, straw or grass is a fraction of the cost of natural gas or propane and provides a carbon-neutral heating solution to producers.
In agriculture livestock operations our Forced Air System is proven to provide healthier environments because the system removes the high moisture and ammonia levels thus increasing production and lowering operation costs.
An organic chicken operation stated that since implementing a TGF Forced Air System, they have seen substantially reduced heating costs as well as reduced mortalities by 50%. They stated that the system has also increased overall production by the removal of ammonia and reduced moisture levels.
WHY HEAT YOUR BARN WITH A TGP BOILER?
Replace fossil fuels with readily available biomass fuels (ie. wood chips, waste, etc.)
- A fraction of the cost of natural gas or propane heating (50-80% savings)
A carbon-neutral heating solution
Sizes ranging from 1,000,000 to 23,000,000 BTU
Hot water or forced air unites
Fully automated with low maintenance
Low emission of particulate matter
Use stand alone or integrate with an existing central heating system