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Continuous ventilation is a continuous ventilation method that uses ventilation flaps along the entire length of the greenhouse. These flaps can be controlled manually or automatically and allow for even air circulation throughout the entire growing area. This method ensures a constant supply of air, which is especially important in large greenhouses. Continuous ventilation plays a crucial role in preventing heat stress and promoting healthy plant growth. 

On each side of the roof there is a continuous ventilation flap in the direction of the ridge.

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  • See also flap ventilation 
  • Large surfaces can be moved with just a few components using a push rod system 
  • Homogeneous greenhouse climate possible through equal window openings
  • See also flap ventilation 
  • Reduced use of electric drives, savings in wiring and electrical components