GREENHOUSE HEATING

REDUCE YOUR OPERATIONAL HEATING COSTS

GREENHOUSE SOLUTIONS

A challenge for many greenhouse operators is keeping up with high operational heating costs. While necessary for success, these costs are detrimental to profits. Triple Green Products offers cutting edge heating solutions to greenhouse growers across North America, that substantially lower heating costs while reducing impact on the environment.

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.

The BioRoter Composter provides an efficient waste destruction solution for operations in the Cannabis industry helping managers minimize waste-management costs.

WHY HEAT YOUR GREENHOUSE WITH A TGP FURNACE?

  • Replace fossil fuels with readily available biomass fuels (ie. wood chips, waste, etc.)
  • Sizes ranging from 1,000,000 to 23,000,000 BTU

  • Hot water or forced air units

  • Save 50-80% on heating costs

  • Fully automated with low maintenance

  • Low emission of particulate matter

  • Use stand alone or integrate with an existing central heating system

FEATURED INSTALLATION

Vanderveen’s – Carman, Manitoba

Vanderveen’s Greenhouses Ltd. is one of the largest greenhouse operations with over 1,000,000 sq feet under roof, who were faced with a dilemma shared by many greenhouse growers. “Gas prices for heating were skyrocketing, we weren’t sure if we could economically stay open and keep growing throughout the winters anymore,” says Kelvin Vanderveen. “We needed to find an alternative source of heating.” Their solution was found in converting to a Triple Green Flame biomass furnace system, using flax shives as a fuel source. Vanderveen’s chose to use flax as it is grown in large quantities in the area, with a nearby plant (Schweitzer-Mauduit Canada Inc.) processing flax.

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