General Efficiency with Fog Systems
In order to reduce the indoor temperature of the greenhouse, the preferred fog system provides the moisture needed by the plants. The system makes ambient cooling in a short time. With this method, the soil is watered and the air is moistened. Each plant needs water to grow and grow.
With the developed systems, the water needed by the plant can be provided more efficiently. Fogging systems are one of these efficient systems. Especially in extreme temperatures, this system prevents damage to the plants. Fresh air and water vapour are supplied to the environment by ventilation. In this way, both the irrigation and the decrease in the temperature of the greenhouse is provided.
Benefits of Fogging System
The fogging and cooling system is also preferred in seedling and rooting. It is an alternative cooling system as it is more economical. Therefore, its use in greenhouses is becoming increasingly widespread. In cooling, water is sprayed with high pressure.
It can also be launched from a rotating disc. In this way, the water droplets can have a diameter of between 0.5 and 50 microns. In this way, the shrinking droplets evaporate in the air to cool the air. All aerators are on when fogging. Spray nozzles must be installed correctly. Spraying on the plant does not give good results. On plant
How is Fogging System Made?
It can be applied in two different ways according to the usage situation. One of these is high pressure fogging. This system contains chrome pipes in the installation. Water fines are thinned on micron basis with 70 bar pressure. In this system, there is no water residue on the plant. Another system is low pressure fogging. Polyethene pipes are used in the installation. The pressure between 6 and 7 bar is used. The installation of the system, which is very low cost, is also very easy.
Advantages of Humidification for Greenhouses
Keeping moisture levels constant supports the development of plants. Moisture plus evaporative cooling is very important for healthy plant development. Therefore, precise control to be performed with greenhouse humidification eliminates the dangers of plant pathogens. In addition to constant humidification in greenhouses, ventilation and proper cooling are also important for seedling development.
One of the most common problems in greenhouses is high temperatures, low humidity levels. Problems such as slow photosynthesis and stunted plant growth occur when 30 per cent relative humidity falls. In addition, high humidity can also produce negative results. High humidity can create environments where epidemics can develop. The potential danger for your plants in overheating. With the precise humidity control provided, you can get many advantages in your facilities.
* Plant homogeneity and quality increases.
* Germination increases.
* Reduces temperature and humidity excesses and reduces the stress in plants.
* Plant growth is also accelerated. Protect your plants against heat shock and freezing.
* In order to eliminate the spread of the disease, the system assemblies can be obtained by working with the correct product assemblies such as the fog nozzle.
In general, productivity increases in greenhouses. An improved work environment can also be achieved in humans.