Why dehumidifiers are needed in Greenhouses
Normally, in day time, the inner climate of greenhouse is incredibly warm. Excessive heat and too much moisture will shrivel fruit and can easily devastate your vegetation. In night, when the temperature outside is relatively lower than the greenhouse, condensate forms on the cooler surface. These water droplets will harbor and spread disease or fungi to the crops. Vegetables and fruit cannot withstand being too warm or too humid and ideally the environment should be in the region of 24 – 27 °C temperature and 60 – 70 % relative humidity maximum.
If you want to reach the maximum productivity of your greenhouse, you must take humidity control into consideration. Introduction of a large area dehumidifiers
to such an environment would regulate humidity and temperature within the greenhouse. As long as your growers are exposed under optimum conditions, they will achieve resulting in maximum and healthy yield.
Greeme Greenhouse Dehumidifiers
Greeme develops and manufactures energy efficient climate control systems for greenhouse applications. The innovative product range includes ventilation, evaporative cooling, and heating.