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"Up to 8% more light in condensation conditions"

Growers can often realize huge benefits by making a few minor adjustments. Minor things that can have a major impact; details that people can easily overlook. For instance, the minuscule condensation droplets on your climate screens cause an 8% reduction in light. Svensson’s renewed H2no technology transforms these condensation droplets into a film of water and thus prevents light from being lost.

When developing this innovative technology, heavy emphasis was placed on ensuring that Luxous 1147 H2no FR screens allow for equivalent energy savings and comparable high light transmission capabilities, when dry, as that of Luxous 1147 FR without H2no technology.

Luxous H2no makes sure that condensation droplets flow off the climate screen like a film of water, thus allowing an extra 8% light to enter. This is ideal if screens are used relatively often. This results in more screening hours, which leads to even higher energy savings. But above all, the H2no technology allows more daylight to reach the crops, which helps to improve quality as well as production. 

Consciously growing together
Besides working with the right raw materials, our long-term ambition is also to use raw materials more efficiently. That also includes creating products with a long product life, improved climate positive effects, and circular solutions. "We realize that success doesn’t happen overnight, and neither does change. But we strongly believe that working closely together is the key to creating a sustainable society, with an ideal balance between economic growth, positive social impact, and environmental protection. So that together, we can make both greenhouse horticulture, and the world as a whole, as sustainable as possible for the next generation," the company states.

For more information: 
Ludvig Svensson
 
 

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