Grow Room HVAC System
Designed for commercial growing facilities to provide Air Cooling, Air Heating,
Dehumidifying and Ventilation all year round.
Creating an ideal growing environment for your plants at each stage
Relative humidity: 70%
Relative humidity: 40-60%
Relative humidity: 60%
further optimize your indoor grow room conditions
Altaqua Grow Room HVAC System provides intelligent control to ensure optimal growing conditions. It achieves the requirement of both humidity and temperature and controls the humidity level by setting a target, say from 50% to 60%RH, while providing cool air or heated air, say 70℉~80℉, which are the perfect climate conditions for growing.
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Altaqua implements ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System completely in the production
Altaqua grow room hvac system production
We have each system tested to check running status, and our technical team
gives a detailed test in terms of performance, controls, and other key points in the test room
Top Quality Assured. Altaqua Grow Room HVAC system passes the strict test and acquired the certificate from Intertek. The ETL Mark is proof of product compliance with North American safety standards
RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. The restricted materials are hazardous to the environment and pollute landfills, and are dangerous in terms of occupational exposure during manufacturing and recycling
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key factors for your grow room
First, we must understand that the cannabis grow room is a complex environment. It hosts many living organisms, including plants, people and both bad and good microbes, as well as many processes that are constantly adding or removing energy from the overall ecosystem. Then, we need to consider the 5 key factors of your grow room.
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Heat is generated by working employees, grow lights, fan motors, water pumps, CO2 burners, and other equipment running. Understanding how much energy will be in the system is key to calculate the capacity hvac system needs to balance the equation.
A dense canopy pairing with poorly circulating systems will create microclimates, which result in higher temperatures and relative humidity. It is also an important factor to decide how much capacity your grow HVAC system needs.
Water transports nutrients through a plant and gives it a turgor. Almost all of the water you give to a plant’s roots comes out as water vapor via transpiration. As the plants grow and add biomass, more humidity will be created by the plants. It is important to know the amount of water that needs to be removed from the atmosphere.
Different grow rooms provide different floor square footage, walls, ceiling feet high, and grow racks. In order to maintain the unique consistent temperature and humidity level for grow room, it needs to build the right duct-work and airflow layout. Then it can deliver air and remove moisture from the right spots to ensure microclimate is eliminated.
We also need to consider the spare capacity for future phases grow, such as adding more plants and expanding your grow room size. Of course, it is necessary and important to minimize initial investment and operating expenses at the beginning.
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