Water used in greenhouse heating systems has expansion and contraction properties depending on temperature changes. This natural physical process is an important factor to consider for the efficient and safe operation of the system. For this reason, in the design of bufer tanks, a special space is left at the top for the water to expand. The presence of this space provides extra volume in case the water expands due to temperature changes and ensures safe operation of the system.

Nitrogen gas produced in the nitrogen generator is delivered to this expansion area, which is left at the top of the bufer tank, with the help of a compressor. The delivery of nitrogen gas to the bufer tank fulfills a very important function. Since nitrogen is a non-reactive gas, it prevents corrosion of water in contact with the air in the tank by reacting with oxygen. This prolongs the life of the bufer tank and makes the system safer.

Pumping nitrogen gas into the bufer tanks also reduces the contact of the water with oxygen, preventing the growth of microorganisms in the water and accelerating corrosion. This ensures a longer lifetime and reduced maintenance costs for greenhouse heating systems. Furthermore, regular maintenance and control of the bufer tanks guarantees efficient and trouble-free operation of the system.

The use of bufer tanks in greenhouse heating systems not only meets the expansion and contraction needs of water, but also improves the overall health and efficiency of the system. The pumping of nitrogen gas into bufer tanks is an essential part of modern greenhouse heating systems and plays a critical role in their efficient operation. The use and regular maintenance of the Bufer Tank makes the greenhouse heating system more efficient and long-lasting.

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