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Your Mechanical Engineer Shouldn’t Learn on Your Dime

Posted by Courtney Johnson on October 11, 2019 7:18 pm
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If you’re a small-scale cultivator planning to get big, or a new mega cannabis start-up company in need of assistance in finding one of these rare, specialized cannabis cultivation facility engineering firms with years of success under their belts, we thought it best to help you on your journey to find one.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: cannabis climate control, cannabis engineering, cannabis experts, commercial cultivation, Efficient design, engineering for cannabis, environmental control, expert engineers, facility design, grow room design, HVAC, indoor climate control, MEP engineering and design

Putting Growing Methods to the Test: the importance of test rooms

Posted by Courtney Johnson on September 12, 2019 5:02 pm
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Test rooms are imperative for commercial cultivators who want to get to the top and stay there. To stay competitive requires the willingness to try new promising growing methods, technology products, amendments and SOP’s especially your very own new innovations. To keep on the cutting edge, you must be willing to experiment and push the envelope by evaluating new options in a controlled way. The most effective way to achieve this, is by setting up a dedicated test room.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: cannabis climate control, lighting, nutrients, test rooms

A Cultivator’s Secret Sauce: Controls and Automation

Posted by Courtney Johnson on May 14, 2019 9:46 pm
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As branding and strain consistency grows increasingly important in the cannabis industry, cultivators are looking for solutions to give them more controllability and more repeatability. The key may lie in utilizing controls and automation to monitor data and adjust environmental variables accordingly.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: automation, cannabis climate control, climate control, controls, environmental control

Dry Cooling

Posted by Courtney Johnson on February 14, 2019 6:22 pm
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Cultivating indoors helps many growers continue to harvest year-round, even in cold-weather climates. However, it makes little sense to have to run air conditioners at full capacity to cool indoor environments when ambient temperatures are below freezing. Find out how utilizing dry cooling could lower your monthly operational costs.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: cannabis climate control, cannabis cultivation, cannabis hvac, climate control, cooling, dry cooler, efficiency, efficient growing, energy efficiency, engineering for cannabis, environmental control, equipment, facility design, free cooling, growing cannabis, growing indoors, HVAC, indoor agriculture, indoor climate control, indoor cultivation, indoor growing, Surna, sustainability

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