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Mechanical Ventilation Design Worksheet for Swine Housing

Jay Harmon

Proper ventilation design helps ensure healthy and productive animals, healthy employees, and an efficient facility. This worksheet is intended to guide you through a simplified procedure for selecting the components of a ventilation system.

Pages / Length: 12
Publication Date: 10/1999
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