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Agricultural condensation drying

Weather-independent and energy neutral drying and storage of agricultural products

April 2021
Gallery Agricultural condensation drying  1
Gallery Agricultural condensation drying  1


Growers have to rely on unstable outdoor's air for the drying and storage of their products, but conditions are almost never optimal. Due to climate change, weather is becoming harder to predict. This makes the drying and storage of arable products with outdoor's air increasingly challenging. Arable farmers are having difficulty storing their products over the winter without seriously compromising their quality. The Solution, Agricultural condensation drying, allows farmers to precisely adjust for optimal drying and storage conditions (temperature, humidity, CO2), independent of weather conditions . This results in higher product quality and thus better prices for their products, 30% more and better marketable products and in combination with ENGIE solar energy and a heat pump, the system is even energy positive. The additional cost of this system compared with a conventional system has a maximum payback period of 3 years

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Label Date April 7, 2021
From France
Maturity stage Medium and large scale commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners

The environmental benefits

  • 30% more and better marketable products
  • 80% fewer energy costs
  • Reduction of energy consumption and CO2 emissions by 80% - 100%
  • 0 use of chemical germination inhibitors upon sprouting and 50% less biological sprout inhibitors
  • 100% use of natural refrigerants instead of chemical refrigerants

The Financial benefits

  • Less than 3 years payback time
  • 30% more and better marketable products
  • Subsidies or fiscal deduction up to 40% of the total investment

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