What are greenhouse heaters?


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Greenhouse heaters are heating systems specifically designed for heating a greenhouse. These heaters regulate temperatures within the greenhouse especially during cold seasons by keeping frost away and providing more growing opportunities.

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What are greenhouse heaters?
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Temperatures in greenhouses can be controlled by electronic controllers, such as a basic thermostat. These are used to monitor the temperature and regulate the heating system operation, ideally producing favorable growing conditions within the greenhouse. These systems are especially effective in small greenhouses. There are four main fuel types used for running a greenhouse heater: electric, propane, paraffin and natural gas. The choice of fuel depends on the size of the greenhouse, affordability and efficiency.

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