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Grow Room Dehumidifier

Posted by wpengine on June 27, 2017 7:06 pm
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No matter the external environment, every cultivation room needs dehumidification. All water used on plants will end up in the air of the grow room eventually as plants don’t actually consume it, just the nutrients found within. After nutrients are metabolized, moisture is transpired back into the space. Excess humidity in the air results in slow plant growth and creates a breeding ground for mold and other pathogens.

To combat these issues, Surna designed an industrial grow room dehumidifier optimized for the indoor garden environment. With this equipment in place, cannabis growers can maintain the optimal humidity level inside their facilities. Surna’s commercial dehumidifier systems support the best yield from crops and keep them at their healthiest.

Choosing the Proper Solution

Most efficient at 75-85°F, the Surna commercial dehumidifier is a powerhouse in the indoor garden. To generate extra efficiencies, it also features drain-to-waste or reclamation dehumidification, offering water savings for cultivators. The Surna Dehumidifier also includes a remote dehumidistat for complete control and a filter for easy maintenance.

When determining what type of commercial dehumidifier will work best for your specific needs, there are several factors to consider. These include:

  • Size — The amount of space you need to cover is one of the primary considerations for choosing the best dehumidifier for your grow room. You want to ensure that the equipment you purchase will be able to keep up with the demands of your operation. On the other hand, you don’t want excessive capacity, as you may end up wasting energy and drawing too much water from the air.
  • Location — The geographical location of your growing operation also plays a big part. Different climates have varying levels of natural humidity, which should be taken into consideration. Areas where the weather is cooler also may not require as much support.
  • Staffing levels – If workers are often present in the grow room, their body heat will contribute to the interior conditions.

Why Choose Surna?

We have served the cannabis cultivation industry since 2006. This means we have more expertise and experience in designing equipment for this unique crop than practically any other company. Other providers who serve this market simply repurpose HVAC elements used in other applications. This results in lower yields and other problems that cultivators just don’t need. Where we differ is in designing and building equipment that is engineered with cannabis in mind. As a result, we can offer our customers healthier plants, decreased energy consumption and less downtime caused by outages.

The in-house capabilities we provide give us the ability to maximize productivity and efficiency in everything we build. When it comes to having the most effective and reliable equipment for your operation, look no further than Surna.

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Grow Room Dehumidifier

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No matter the external environment, every cultivation room needs dehumidification. All water used on plants will end up in the air of the grow room eventually as plants don’t actually consume it, just the nutrients found within. After nutrients are metabolized, moisture is transpired back into the space. Excess humidity in the air results in slow plant growth and creates a breeding ground for mold and other pathogens.

To combat these issues, Surna designed an industrial grow room dehumidifier optimized for the indoor garden environment. With this equipment in place, cannabis growers can maintain the optimal humidity level inside their facilities. Surna’s commercial dehumidifier systems support the best yield from crops and keep them at their healthiest.

Choosing the Proper Solution

Most efficient at 75-85°F, the Surna commercial dehumidifier is a powerhouse in the indoor garden. To generate extra efficiencies, it also features drain-to-waste or reclamation dehumidification, offering water savings for cultivators. The Surna Dehumidifier also includes a remote dehumidistat for complete control and a filter for easy maintenance.

When determining what type of commercial dehumidifier will work best for your specific needs, there are several factors to consider. These include:

  • Size — The amount of space you need to cover is one of the primary considerations for choosing the best dehumidifier for your grow room. You want to ensure that the equipment you purchase will be able to keep up with the demands of your operation. On the other hand, you don’t want excessive capacity, as you may end up wasting energy and drawing too much water from the air.
  • Location — The geographical location of your growing operation also plays a big part. Different climates have varying levels of natural humidity, which should be taken into consideration. Areas where the weather is cooler also may not require as much support.
  • Staffing levels – If workers are often present in the grow room, their body heat will contribute to the interior conditions.

Why Choose Surna?

We have served the cannabis cultivation industry since 2006. This means we have more expertise and experience in designing equipment for this unique crop than practically any other company. Other providers who serve this market simply repurpose HVAC elements used in other applications. This results in lower yields and other problems that cultivators just don’t need. Where we differ is in designing and building equipment that is engineered with cannabis in mind. As a result, we can offer our customers healthier plants, decreased energy consumption and less downtime caused by outages.

The in-house capabilities we provide give us the ability to maximize productivity and efficiency in everything we build. When it comes to having the most effective and reliable equipment for your operation, look no further than Surna.

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