What is a Heat Exchanger?

A heat exchanger is a device that makes it possible to heat the incoming air, by using the already produced hot air that is on its way outdoors. 

By passing the two air streams side by side, without mixing together, the outgoing air transmits its heat to the incoming air. By the time the incoming air reaches inside, it has already increased in temperature by 50%.

Why do you need a Heat Exchanger?

  • Up to 50% reduction in heat costs.

  • Help reduce cold drafts on animals resulting in better activity & health.

  • Reduce levels of CO2, humidity, and ammonia.

  • Lower greenhouse gas emissions by 50%.

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Little Red Hen Eggs 

Photo by Al Stannard

Whitehorse, Yukon

Little Red Hen Eggs 

Photo by Al Stannard

Whitehorse, Yukon


What are your Options?

  • Heat recovery rate of up to 170 kW

  • Minimum assembly requirements: Earny is delivered ready for installation

  • Dry litter → healthy feet, better production results

  • Fully automatic cleaning of the filter unit during the grow-out

  • Can be retrofitted in old or refurbished houses

The Earny

  •  Easy maintenance & fast cleaning.

  • High heat-transfer - coefficient.

  • Doesn’t take up production space.

  • No air contamination.

  • Optimized surface density.