“DryGair” continues to provide dehumidification solutions for greenhouses and growing facilities. As part of their drive to broaden target audience exposure, the company participated in Amsterdam’s GreenTech June 11-13.
They exhibited together with “Royal Brinkman” in a pavilion dedicated to cannabis technologies. Royal Brinkman is a Holland-based international supplier, and consultant for the professional horticultural industry, which distributes DryGair’s products extensively in Europe and other parts of the world, including Australia and New Zealand.
We met Royal Brinkman’s reps, Erik de Smalen and Eef Zwinkels, at the joint pavilion, and heard from them about the increased demand for DryGair’s product over the past two years in Europe generally, and especially in Holland.
Ziv Shaked, DryGair’s VP of Marketing & Sales, says that the system exhibited by DryGair is the sole product designed to work in agriculture that was originally developed for this purpose, rather than being adapted for agriculture from another area. That’s why it is totally compatible with this sector. “The advantage of our technology is that it enables us to extract more water under agricultural conditions as compared to competitors. The hourly condensation rate is greater”, he said.”Compared to traditional methods for lowering humidity, it enables significant energy savings, since it obviates the need for greenhouse ventilation.”
Following are additional advantages of the DryGair system:
* DryGair offers “stand-alone” units with flexibility of small to medium sized dehumidifiers and the capacity of larger, more expensive HVAC systems.
DryGair in Cannabis Growing Projects
Nir Esquira, DryGair’s marketing & communications director, adds that after years of experience using DryGair’s system with various crops such as flowers and vegetables, its advantages become apparent in terms of decreased pesticide use and occurrence of humidity related diseases such as Powdery Mildew and Botrytis.
More advantages of the system for growing cannabis:
In conclusion, we can say that the system embodies all the advantages and requirements of cannabis cultivation.