Growning Accessories

Growing Accessories

Name: Exhaust Fans LG-ExhaustFanMD.jpg

Description: Heavy duty exhaust fan that is enclosed, thermally protected, pre-lubricated ball bearings. Specifically designed for less energy consumption. Fan Blades - Energy efficient polypropylene construction. Rust and corrosion resistant. Fan Housing - Heavy molded polyethylene construction. All fans have a heavy gauge, welded wire front guard which is powder coated for corrosion resistance. Shutters - All-weather PVC shutters constructed of snow white poly materials and assembled with nylon bearings.

Benefits: Our high quality, long life, exhaust fans are a cost-effective way to exhaust air, dust, and moisture from greenhouses.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Commercial Sunspaces, and Pool Enclosures

Name: Intake Louvers  IntakeLouvers-MD.jpg

Description: Aluminum air intake louvers / fins that can be opened and closed manually or can be motorized.

Benefits: While providing fresh air intake and exhaust, intake can also provide architectural style to building design. With the variety of models, sizes, and paint finishes available.

Best Uses: When fresh air applications are needed.


Name: Horizontal Air Flow (HAF) Fans HAF_Fans-MD.jpg

Description: Recirculation or circulation fans are designed to circulate air throughout your greenhouse or nursery. In the horticulture market, these fans are also called Horizontal Airflow Fans or HAF Fans.

Benefits: The main purpose of HAF fans is to cool and control the climate to produce healthy plants and produce. HAF fans keep your building dry by reducing the collection of moisture and condensation during periods of high humidity.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Nurseries, & Large Glass Buildings.


Evaporative Coolers & Systems

Name: Portable Evaporator   PortableEvap-MD.jpg

Description: A portable evaporation cooler (also swamp cooler, desert cooler, and wet air cooler) is a device that cools air through the evaporation of water.

Benefits: Evaporative Coolers are an effective, energy-efficient way to keep your greenhouse or nursery cool and comfortable evaporative coolers, also called swamp coolers, are well suited for climates where the air is hot and humidity is low. They combine the natural cooling properties of water with a steady breeze to lower indoor temperatures.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Nurseries, & Large Glass Buildings.

Name: Pad Wall System Evaporator   Pad_Evap-MD.jpg

Description: An evaporative cooler pad is a device consisting of a fan and a water-wetted pad. A small pump recirculates water from a sump (which is part of the cooler cabinet) to keep the pad wet. The fan draws outside air through the wet pad, making the air more humid but colder. This air is blown into the greenhouse, forcing the warmer air in the greenhouse to be exhausted out open windows or through a vent into the roof.

Benefits: Evaporative interior pad coolers are an effective, energy-efficient way to keep your greenhouse or nursery cool.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Nurseries, & Large Glass Buildings.

Name: Exterior Evaporator    ExteriorEvapUnit-MD.jpg

Description: The description is very similar to the above descriptions. But to increase and save interior space the evaporative cooler is mounted on the exterior of the greenhouse.

Benefits: Evaporative coolers lower indoor temperatures by combining the natural cooling properties of evaporating water with an efficient air moving system. This combination of moisture and a steady breeze can lower indoor temperatures by as much as 30°F.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Nurseries, & Large Glass Buildings.


Name: Greenhouse Shades  Greenhouse-ShadesMD.jpg

Description: Greenhouse shading system the can be operated manually or can be motorized for convenience.

Benefits: To control and protect plants from too much harmful light rays.

Best Uses: All Greenhouse applications.


Name: Heaters   Sunshine Rooms Accessories

Description: High-Efficiency internal gas heater.

Benefits: Have the ability to grow year-round by being able to heat your greenhouse or grow room during the winter season.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Nurseries, Pool Enclosures


Name: Mechanical Ridge & Wall VentsMech-Ridge-Wall-VentsMD.jpg

Description: Powder coated aluminum air intake louvers / fins that can be opened and closed manually or can be motorized.

Benefits: Most gardeners understand the importance of ventilation systems for temperature control but benefits derived from ventilation systems are multifaceted. Not only are ventilation systems vital to maintaining environmental conditions but they also directly influence a plant’s ability to perform photosynthesis, uptake essential elements, and complete reproductive cycles (pollination). Ventilation systems in greenhouses actually serve four imperative functions: temperature control, humidity control, CO2/oxygen replacement, and air circulation.

Best Uses: All Greenhouse applications.


Name: Benches & Tables   Benches-Table-MD.jpg

Description: Maximize plant growing and nursery space in your greenhouse by utilizing our sturdy and economical greenhouse tables and shelving. Our heavy-duty greenhouse bench tops feature an open mesh design to allow maximum air and light. Custom levels and set-ups available.

Benefits: Organize and maximize your plants and vegetation with our benches and table. By doing so you make gardening more enjoyable and fun.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Nurseries


Name: Mist & Watering Systems   Misting-WateringMD.jpg

Description: A manual or programmed digital or analog system that waters or mist all of your plants at the same time with precision and consistency.

Benefits: A greenhouse misting & watering system is important to help grow healthy and vibrant plants in your greenhouse. There are many benefits to having a misting system in your greenhouse. 

Also, greenhouse misting & watering system helps with greenhouse maintenance. Because greenhouse misting systems produce favorable and consistent conditions throughout the year, they are helpful for fending off plant diseases, minimizing plant stress, and increasing germination and growth rates. It is
important to maintain consistent humidity levels in your greenhouse.

Best Uses: Nurseries & Greenhouses


Name: Lighting   Lighting-MD.jpg

Description: Greenhouse lighting (i.e., light from sources excluding the Sun) usually refers to supplemental artificial lighting, just as one might find in a typical indoor grow room.

Benefits:  Supplemental lighting in a greenhouse can be used for a variety of reasons, though it boils down to two basic functions. The first is the need to provide longer photoperiods for a seedling or clone nursery (or related mother plants), or to provide longer light cycles for transplanted or vegetating plants not yet ready to flower. The other is the need to garner extra annual flowering cycles once the Sun’s natural photoperiod becomes too short (primarily in the winter months or in extreme northern or southern locations). Proper lighting not only extends the gardening day by enabling the gardener to work in the greenhouse during the dark evenings of winter and early spring, but it aids plant growth.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Glasshouses, Grow rooms, Nurseries


Name: Environmental Controls & Sensors  Environment-Controls-MD.jpg

Description: Our automated environmental control units and sensors can control one individual item such as the irrigation system of the greenhouse or it can be programmed to control everything. We have several different options of control units to fit your personal or commercial greenhouse needs. Call us today at 1-800-222-1598 and let us design your dream glass building.

Benefits:  All of our climate controllers ensure the equipment in your greenhouse works together. The controllers and sensors operate the right amount of equipment to maintain the perfect climate for growth. Our trademark is "Technology Perfected by Experience," we are set up and designed to make your gardening easier and fun, not more complicated.

Best Uses: Greenhouses, Glasshouses, Grow rooms, Nurseries



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