Greenhouse heating and ventilation
Greenhouse heating is essential to the year-round productivity of agricultural operations cultivating vegetables, fruit and flowers. Carefully controlled greenhouse ventilation – in effect agricultural air conditioning - can increase yields and promote faster growth, while reducing disease. Temperature controlled storage is equally important to avoid premature germination of seedlings and to ensure the peak quality of agricultural produce. That’s why Daikin is innovating with energy efficient solutions that can maximise productivity yet still minimise the environmental impact of modern food growing methods.
Greenhouse ventilation solutions
Daikin offers agricultural ventilation solutions that control humidity levels and remove moist air, so that humidity levels are optimized to suit the crop. Air quality can be maintained via careful control of pollution and CO2 levels.
Agricultural refrigeration systems
By maintaining consistently low temperatures and controlled CO2 levels within your refrigerated storage areas, fruit and vegetables can be stored for much longer without germinating or deteriorating in quality.
Chilled water systems for growth
Daikin offers tailor-made chilled water systems to provide exactly the right conditions for growth and for careful control of food production processes once crops have been harvested.
Daikin greenhouse solutions help regulate the ground temperature, thus controlling growth rates in different zones, to meet market demand.
Daikin has a wide range of chilled water solutions from 5 kW up to 9,000 kW, offering inverter control for production processes.
A wide range of capacities, efficiencies, sound levels and accessories is available, to create a climate control system tailored to your requirements.
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