Features of an Effective Greenhouse
- Cost Effective: Investments eventuate expected output.
- Strength: Stable and firm in extreme weather conditions.
- Stable environment: Minimizes the stress factors.
- Suitable: Appropriate ventilation.
- Compliant: Control light, temperature, humidity and Co2.
Faraz Greenhouse Benefits
Optimized Energy Consumption:
- Our aperture free design prevents the heat from escaping and creates a highly isolated microclimate when the vents are closed.
- Height of greenhouse keep a large volume of air inside to have a stable microclimate while reducing the fuel consumption.
- Greenhouse insulation: A pressurized double layered cover at all areas is minimalizing the heat exchange at the greenhouse walls to create a stress free and stable environment and reduce consumption.
Faraz Invented Vents:
- Double layered.
- With optional width of 210 to 300 cm.
- Each valve opens and closes vertically by a motor and a gearbox automatically as needed.
- Each valve is also equipped with a manual control panel.
- When the wind increase to more than the limited speed, greenhouse valve will be closed automatically.
- Bows mounted at the highest point of arches, to maximum ventilation.
- With high resistance to strong winds and preventing the direct inflow to the .
- Prevent the inflow into the greenhouse.greenhouse
Faraz Invented Underground Cooling System:
- Faraz invented underground climate control system (patented)
- Enabling perfect natural ventilation to control the microclimate in hot seasons.
- Equipped with additional fans and water injection system that lowers the air temperature and uses significantly less electricity compared to other cooling system.
- Harvesting the earth energy to heat the greenhouse in cold seasons.
- Help pollination.
- Can be used for Co2 distribution.
Our Fuel Saving Methods
- Air tightening the greenhouse
- Height increase, therefore increasing the volume of the air in the greenhouse.
- Double layered cover
With diameter and depth appropriate for the texture and scientific feature of soil, every 3 m.