Russia: Agrotech Didam supplies Tyumen Agro with 12 ha state of art glasshouse

Agrotech Didam BV is currently working on the final stages of delivery for a high-tech greenhouse project of 12 hectares in Tyumen, West Siberia, Russia for client PCF Greenhouse Technologies LTD from Moscow. This last company builds and realizes the project for the owner LLC Greenhouse Tyumen Agro. This entire greenhouse project is supplied by Agrotech Didam BV. 

This 12 ha high-tech greenhouse project is equipped with a white powder coating, including cultivation areas with ebb and flow table system for young plants, a dual screen setup, and an advanced heating system with a Delta T of 58 degrees Celsius (+ 18C ° - 40C °). The project is equipped with a complete irrigation system with hanging gutters and Priva Connext computer for climate, CO2, water and several other advanced controls. 

This high-tech greenhouse project is completely supplied and delivered by Agrotech Didam BV. The greenhouse and cultivation room have been built and the glazing of the greenhouse has almost been completed. The installation of energy screens and heating installations in the greenhouse are in full swing and at this moment the boiler house, packing and irrigation area are also being built and installed. Agrotech Didam BV has the full supervision of this project and gives the instructions to the construction crews of PCF Greenhouse Technologies LTD from Moscow. This company, with more than 150 workers on the site, is busy finishing the project before the winter comes in which season temperatures of - 40C ° are possible. 

For more information:
Agrotech Didam BV
Henk Batist 
Lichtenhorststraat 1
6942 GS Didam
The Netherlands
 Phone ( 31 ) ( 0 ) 316 227889
Fax ( 31 ) ( 0 ) 316 226125

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