While I’m not advocating for you to add air lock systems to barns (although imagine the super-sci-fi looking farm you would have), it does point out that there are many small ways in which simple additions can have great effects on heating and cooling systems. While it may not seem like much, Fan Covers from Celina Tent can keep out a large amount of chilly air over the coming winter.
As Celina Industries develops and expands upon our ducting line, we increasingly come to like the idea of wear stripping. And when you get right down to it the reasoning makes sense. Whether we’re looking at keeping the ducting’s shape or designing a construction program to make tubes for high-damage areas, having an additional layer of protection can bring additional years’ worth of life to a duct.
maintaining your hay tarp isn’t as hard as it may seem. There doesn’t need to be a massive amount of hardcore, engineered pulleys and anchors or complicated rope knots to keep your hay tarps intact and in place. Through the already installed hardware, keeping your hay tarps right where you want them is easier than you’d think.
The tunnel curtain system allows for precise ventilation through closing off all air entry points except for where the aperture can be controlled, with powerful fans located at the opposite end of the building. With the fans on, the amount of air moving through the building can be adjusted by raising or lowering the tunnel curtain. This changes the size of the opening letting air in.
Spreading an infection is easier than you would think. Take a moment to image yourself walking around on a summer fair day. Are you touching your face? Have you wiped sweat from your forehead? Now are you touching fencing, pen walls, have you picked something off of the ground? AND TOUCHING YOUR FACE AGAIN?
The standard tarp from Celina Industries is outfitted in the same basic fashion as all of the others. Each tarp has a line of reinforcement to which is attached metal D-rings for attaching a rope line. How is this done? We have the whole process of prepping your tarp laid out in the rest of the blog!
Why are we looking at hay tarps? There’s no point in rolling (or … squaring?) a bale of hay to just let it all go to waste, and on the off chance that you don’t have barn space for hay you’re going to have to find a decent way to keep it protected.