The Geo-Thermal Air Recirculation System continually cycles, dehumidifies, and filters air from within a greenhouse. Air is pulled through a subterranean channel, temperature-balanced by the surrounding dirt, and returned to the greenhouse environment. The newly-created antimicrobial microclimate significantly reduces the concentration of airborne terpenes responsible for odor. This system can be implemented at the beginning stages of a greenhouse installation or it can be added to an existing greenhouse system with little retrofitting required. Aside from requiring a simple, bi-annual filter replacement, minimal maintenance is necessary.
"When we innovate, we aim to scale so that needs we're responding to can potentially serve our entire database of clients. This system is strategically designed to accommodate both new greenhouse installations or retrofits all while mitigating concerns of unfavorable odors coming from cannabis cultivation sites, helping to make our clients courteous neighbors," shared John Taylor, President and CEO.
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