During spring frosts, temperatures in the inversion layers (4-30 metres above sea level) are about 10 °C warmer than at the ground surface. By bringing this warm air into the growing layer, we protect your orchard from frost damage.
With an axial fan that transfers and spreads 110 000 m3/h of air under the canopy. The extracted air becomes heavier when mixed with the colder air layer at ground level, so that it can no longer physically rise. It stays in the ground surface and keeps it warm.
Inversion, or inverse stratification, is the occasion when the temperature rises as you move upwards. At night, the earth's surface cools rapidly, but the higher layers keep much of the heat accumulated during the day, and because the density of the air layers is now different, they cannot mix. Spreading this excess heat over the growing level protects your orchard from frost damage.