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Challenges with Airflow Strategies in Vertical Applications

Posted by Brandy Keen on October 13, 2020 1:10 pm
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The obvious benefit to tiered applications is the ability to increase canopy square footage without additional building square footage. Although there are some drawbacks to multi-tier growing, there can also be great reward, and so we’re seeing more and more of our clients choose to go this route in their facilities.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: cannabis construction, cannabis cultivation, cannabis engineering, cannabis growing, cannabis hvac, cannabis industry, cannabis technology, climate, cultivation, cultivation equipment, cultivation technology, Efficient design, engineering for cannabis, environmental control, grow room design, HVAC, indoor climate control, MEP engineering and design, Racking airflow, Surna, technology, Tiered growing

5 Reasons to Apply a “Design-Build” Model in HVAC Systems

Posted by Brandy Keen on September 30, 2020 3:32 pm
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Apart from our deep expertise and value in engineering design, where we can provide equal value to our clients is in the design-build HVAC model. The complexity of systems in cannabis facilities usually necessitates a well-coordinated effort, with an experienced, well-qualified central party taking responsibility for the mechanical system from concept to design to equipment and integration.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: cannabis construction, cannabis cultivation, cannabis engineering, cannabis growing, cannabis hvac, cannabis industry, cannabis technology, cultivation, cultivation equipment, cultivation technology, Design-build, Design-Build HVAC, Efficient design, engineering for cannabis, facility design, HVAC, MEP engineering and design, Surna, technology

What Does Controls Really Mean in the Cannabis Industry

Posted by Brandy Keen on September 9, 2020 5:24 pm
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Most cannabis industry cultivators think of “controls” as the dashboard where they can see their room parameters and adjust photoperiods or temperature setpoints, and a lot of folks make their decisions around controls based solely on that user interface. This is an important part of the toolkit but is really the least critical piece to a controls system’s functionality.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: cannabis climate control, cannabis cultivation, cannabis growing, cannabis hvac, cannabis industry, cannabis technology, climate, climate control, commercial cultivation, controls, cultivation, cultivation equipment, cultivation technology, dehumidification, efficiency, Efficient design, efficient growing, energy efficiency, energy efficient, environmental control, expansion, facility design, indoor climate control, indoor cultivation, marijuana cultivation, technology

Correctly Sizing a Cooling System for your Indoor Garden

Posted by Celia Daly on March 9, 2017 12:00 am
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Designing an indoor garden can be complicated. Cannabis is a new industry and though growers can pull best practices from similar industries, the fact remains that setting up a commercial cultivation facility is complicated and hard to navigate for new entrants. From navigating regulatory requirements to finding an appropriately zoned facility to choosing the right equipment, nothing about this process is simple. As soon as one task is completed, another task needs attention.

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0 Comments Click here to read/write commentsTopics: automation, best practices cannabis, building cannabis, cannabis, Cannabis Basics, cannabis business, cannabis climate control, cannabis cultivation, cannabis garden, cannabis growing, cannabis hvac, cannabis industry, cannabis technology, chiller, climate, commercial cultivation, construction, cooling, cooling system, cultivation equipment, cultivation technology, dehumidification, efficiency, energy efficiency, engineering for cannabis, environment, environmental control, HVAC, increase yield, indoor climate control, indoor garden, indoor garden cooling, indoor garden hvac, indoor growing, ROI, technology, vertical farming

What Growers Need

Posted by Celia Daly on August 27, 2015 12:00 am
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We know what plants need and growers want because we’re growers too. Our technology is developed by working in grows to understand the limits of current offerings on the market. From there, we spend countless hours developing the best product we can think of.

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