Fogging system

The average plant contains 80%-90% water. Apart from acting as a-building material and transport medium, a vital function of this water lies in the cooling of the plant by evaporation. A high pressure fog system will ensure optimisation and a more precise regulation of air humidity and temperature throughout the greenhouse, which allows for better moisture absorption by the leaves of the crops.

An added bonus is that a fog system uses less water than a sprinkler installation.
All atomised water evaporates in the greenhouse.
The adiabatic cooling also ensures that the CO² remains inside the greenhouse for a longer period of time since the opening of the ventilation windows on the roof can be reduced.