TJ4200 Gravity Inlet Produces Uniform Air Distribution

TJ4200 Gravity Inlet Produces Uniform Air Distribution


Let’s begin with a closer look at what is perhaps our most
revolutionary new product, the TopJet TJ4200 Attic Inlet. The metal roof and the attic of a poultry
house act as a giant solar collector. Attic temperatures range between five
and 30 degrees above outside air. This is basically a free source of heat, that until now was wasted energy. With a TopJet Attic Inlet, you can tap into this abundant source of free heat and distribute it throughout your facility. The TopJet is specifically designed to work with a poultry house’s minimum ventilation fans, to collect this valuable source of heat. When the fans turn on, the attic inlets open. The drier, warmer attic air is distributed
evenly in four directions, thus minimizing harmful drafts. When the ventilation fans shut-off, the
counterweight ceiling inlet firmly closes, keeping the hot air from leaving the house. During the warmer times of the year, when supplemental heat is not needed, the TJ4200 TopJet Inlet can easily be locked closed. It’s a snap to put the TopJet TJ4200 Attic
Inlet together and installation is simple. In order to maximize the function of the inlets, Double L provides installation guidelines
as to the number of inlets needed and optimal spacing for your particular application. The TopJet Attic Inlet is a breakthrough in
poultry ventilation. While a typical poultry house without attic
ventilation pulls in outside air using conventional sidewall
inlets, a house with a TopJet Attic Inlet
also pulls in the free solar heated air from the attic and distributes this warmer air
throughout the house. The Results…. less humidity – this means drier litter and
substantially reduced heating costs. In short, the TopJet Attic Inlet saves you money and increases productivity. It’s the most efficient way to heat a chicken
house I have ever seen in my life and it makes sense. I understood it immediately when I saw it. All the heat is in the attic. We are paying a fortune to insulate the
attic of our poultry houses to keep the heat out of the chicken house and we don’t use it to actually heat the
chicken house. Well, with the ceiling inlets you’re bringing
the heat from the attic, not the outside. So, you got this heat that is 20 degrees warmer than your 30 degrees outside temperature. So, you’re bringing in a 50-degree heat, which is drier than your 30-degree humid outside
temperature and there is not a grower in the world that doesn’t go into a poultry house and hear
their sidewall inlets open and every brooder and furnace they’ve got cut on and absolutely make you physically sick. I am really, really, extremely excited about
the TJ4200 TopJet Attic Inlets. I have used them for a year on previous houses and we have had tremendous fuel savings. You are bringing in drier, warmer air and we would all like to heat our chicken houses for free basically and have a better performance in our birds.

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