Poultry Farm Insulation

The most effective and also the best method to decrease the energy consumption and also the cost of heating a curtain sided sheds is to use poultry farm insulation. Side walls of the poultry farm are very poor for temperature and moisture insulation and pass more than 25% of heat through it during the winter season. Another disadvantage of sidewalls of the poultry house is that they are good source of air seepage; this also contributes for loss of cold air during the summer season. When such houses are converted to fully insulated structure through poultry farm insulation, it results into energy savings of around 30 to 50%. Modern day farming and poultry business requires proper infrastructure where temperature and humidity can be easily controlled and closely monitored. Proper poultry farm insulation of walls, ceilings, roofs, attics and crawl can save large amount of energy consumption and helps environment to go green by reducing the green house gas.

Poultry farm insulation has another advantage also apart from saving energy consumption and cost incurred for keeping indoor atmosphere cold or warm. It also helps birds to improve their performance due to the effects that inner temperature and air quality can easily control. However the main question is to know what is the best method to apply for poultry farm insulation. And the answer of this question lies on the various factors like the construction of the poultry farm, wall structure, cost of the building and available budget for poultry farm insulation. There are several methods for insulating farm house and few of the most common methods are using polyurethane spray foam insulation, glass wool insulation, fiberglass insulation and reflective insulation.

Out of this all doing poultry farm insulation through reflective insulation is suggested as the best due to it's easy to use application, long and durable life and performance by reflecting around 97% of radiant heat of the sun. Polyethylene air bubbled film and aluminum foil are used to make this types of poultry farm insulation. Air bubbled polyethylene film has a specialty of slow reaction against the temperature variation and also working very slow for transmitting thermal heat due to it's closed air bubble. On the other side aluminum foil acts as a reflective material and reflect the radiant heat rays back to the atmosphere. Together aluminum and polyethylene film also act as a moisture barrier and builds odorless atmosphere inside.

  • Superior thermal insulation with less transmission of outer temperature.
  • Reflection of around 97% of heat.
  • Visible reduction in animal mortality rate.
  • Reduction in operating cost
  • Lightweight, flexible and easy to install.
  • Non toxic and environment friendly.

Thus poultry farm insulation should get a priority for all kinds of poultry, agriculture and other business related to livestock. Aerolam Insulations' poultry farm insulation has been in use science long and are voted for positive results in poultry houses.