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Adegeest Greenhouse completes geothermal installations

November 2, 2012  By Brandi Cowen

Adegeest Greenhouse's geothermal installation at John of Marrewijk. (Photo courtesy of Adegeest Greenhouse.)

Adegeest Greenhouse, a geothermal and heating system company in The Netherlands, has completed several more greenhouse installations this year. The company has over 40 years experience in heating system design, installation and maintenance. 

For tomato grower ‘John of Marrewijk,’ Adegeest has recently supplied and installed a geothermal system with a heat storage tank of 6,000 m³ in a 13 ha greenhouse in New Prinsenland, Dinteloord, NL. The pipe rail heater consists of 14 tubes of 51 mm diameter and the growth tube heater consists of 7 tubes (51 mm diameter) in a lattice of 12 m.

Adegeest recently completed a geothermal installation at tomato producer John of Marriwijk. (Photo courtesy of Adegeest Greenhouse.)
Adegeest greenhouse heating has also recently installed an underfloor heating system at Nursery Jan van der Knaap in the NL. 


See other projects here (but note that the website needs to be translated into English using your web browser).

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