Understanding how different technologies are best applied in various circumstances is what led us to pursue all different types of technologies that we can offer to our clients. Our line of custom air handlers, which can be applied in either chilled water or DX (refrigerant based) applications, resulted from those efforts.
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As cultivators and owners know, building out a commercial sized facility takes a lot of time, patience and money but can be extremely lucrative in the long run. Large-scale commercial facilities that are up and running are generating huge profits, mostly in cash. But this type of revenue takes time. To get to a place where a facility can sustain itself financially, owners first must go through the long and expensive process of licensing, permitting, obtaining land and/or buildings and, of course, choosing lighting and environmental control.
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The temperature of a cultivation room plays a large role in determining how plants grow and the quality of the final yield. For this reason, it is important to have a reliable climate control system and frequently check the temperature of each cultivation room. However, it is very easy to incorrectly check the temperatures of these rooms.
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Liquid cooling involves transferring heat in the air to liquid running through the system. As a closed loop system, liquid-cooled climate control can also provide dehumidification in addition to cooling. Pipes run liquid through the building and into air handlers located in the room. From there, the warm air is blown over cold pipes that absorb the heat in the air, resulting in cold air and warmer water leaving the air handler. For more information, read up on Chilled-Water Cooling Basics.
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