You cannot make your crop grow without assimilation lighting, but the use also comes with necessary challenges – something that is certainly not unknown to you as a grower. Cracking the screen can cause inconvenience to local spots in the crop and environment. Since 2017, there are rules in the Netherlands that prevent light emission. But the most ideal would be of course if you no longer have to crack the screens …
Protecting rules from assimilation lighting
If you use assimilation light up to 15,000 lux, the top of the greenhouse must be screened during the dark period. You should think of a minimum screening of 98% during nightfall and a minimum of 74% in the night.
Sometimes the screens just have to be open so that you can get rid of unnecessary humidity and heat from the greenhouse. Light escapes, which can lead to inconvenience for your environment. In addition, it is also not particularly energy efficient. And what if the screens have to stay closed completely in the future and cracking the screens can no longer be done?
No more screen cracking to prevent light emission
Instead of opening the screens, you can also move moist air above the canvas with colder, dryer air. The VenilationJet system helps you with this – even when growing roses. Cold air is dosed and additional greenhouse fans ensure an even distribution of the dryer air flow. Energy efficient and super sustainable – for now and in the future.
Do you want to know more about what our products can mean for your company with regard to assimilation lighting regulations? Contact us today, without obligation, our specialists are ready for you.