Desert Air, Quest, DCA, Altaqua, Drygair, Anden, Inspire, and more brands have begun promoting HVAC systems and grow dehumidifiers for the cannabis industry.
With an unprecedented rise in cannabis market growth, more and more growers choose to grow cannabis in grow rooms for a stable and high-quality yield. Thus, humidity and temperature control becomes important for the indoor climate environment.
But how do you know which brand is good for you? Here is an introduction about top brand grow room HVAC systems you can count on, which may help you.
As a recognized leader in the dehumidification industry, Desert Aire is well known for its pool dehumidification system. Nowadays, they develop new series for grow rooms, including GrowAire™, DriCure™, and GreenAire™ systems.
Quest that we are familiar with now call Agronomic IQ, they dedicate developing water-cooled type dehumidification system with wall-compressor design for grow rooms. The models they provide come in a wide range of sizes and options.
DCA is also famous for its pool dehumidifier for years. Now they offer dehumidification systems in various designs and configurations to suit grow rooms of all sizes.
Altaqua focuses on grow room HVAC systems for commercial grow rooms with affordable and economical solutions. Its GA-series with integrated control of temperature, humidity, and airflow is purpose-built for cannabis grow.
The dehumidifiers DryGair designs have optimal performance for greenhouse and grow room conditions. Similar to Anden, DryGair dehumidifiers are for dehumidifying with heating.
At capacities up to 710 pints/day, Anden mainly provides handy grow dehumidifiers with single dehumidifying, which is built for cultivation with commercial-grade environment controls.
If growers prefer air conditioning as the main function, InSpire’s vertical greenhouse HVAC unit is a choice. Its featured product is packaged rooftop units, which work as freestanding units on the roof or ceiling.
Air2O is the pioneer in providing evaporative cooling and air conditioning systems for large-scale facilities, such as Data Centers, Industry, and Agriculture Facilities.
Excel Air Sytems
Excel Air Systems designs and manufactures environmental control systems specifically for sealed room applications.
If you prefer a packaged design service, gPod may help. It was engineered for the job from the ground up with: fully integrated environmental control, complete climate management including control of CO2, factory-set programming.
Surna provides technology solutions and works with Aden grow room dehumidifier to allow growers to control environments. Other HVAC equipments include chiller, air handler, fan coils, and VRF for air conditioning.
If you invest in indoor cannabis grow, make the right choice of the HVAC system, which can help you maximize the cannabis quality and yields. An ideal grow room HVAC is able to supply airflow for enough ventilation, maintain the specific temperature and precise humidity level.
In short, it can adjust and maintain both humidity and temperature; at the same time, it can distribute the appropriate air together for planting the best and healthy cannabis.
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