How to Purchase Your Grow Room HVAC

How to Purchase Your Grow Room HVAC

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As the vegetable and cannabis industry continues to grow, so does the demand for quality indoor grow rooms. In order to achieve optimal growth and productivity, proper heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) solutions are crucial.

General contractors need to understand the unique challenges that come with designing and implementing HVAC systems for vegetable and cannabis grow rooms.

The primary goal of any vegetable and cannabis grow room is to create a controlled environment that mimics the outdoor conditions that vegetable and cannabis plants require to thrive. HVAC systems play an essential role in maintaining the ideal temperature, humidity, and air quality within the grow room. 

The right HVAC system can optimize plant growth, prevent pests and disease, and ensure consistent yields. When designing an HVAC system for a grow room, it’s important to assess factors such as insulation, airflow patterns, and how to minimize energy costs.

An efficient heating and cooling system and Dehumidification system  is critical to maintain a consistent temperature in a grow room. Selecting the right HVAC system will depend on the size of your grow room and how much power is necessary. 

Additionally, proper insulation is necessary to ensure that the HVAC system is not overworked, leading to higher energy bills.

Given the many variables at play in grow rooms, significantly more than in standard environments, and considering most engineers are unfamiliar with this specific application, sizing calculations for grow room HVAC has been a very challenging task.

As a professional R&D and manufacturer, OptiClimate can provide you with a checklist first to ensure that the HVAC of the growing room you design and manufacture reaches accuracy.. Here are some examples:

Room dimensions

Purpose (mother, clone, etc.)

Building material

Temperature and RH at beginning and end of grow

Lighting type and wattage per square foot of active grow

Active grow area (as a percentage of room volume)

Number of plants or plant density

Watering rate per plant per day

Type of watering system

For your own benefit, you should know all of these factors before beginning your HVAC equipment buying process. You should be able to provide this information, openly and honestly, to your manufacturer so the best solution for your needs is met.

The key to maximizing plant yield is recognizing the need for HVAC equipment that can rapidly respond to the changes and maintain optimal conditions. Without having HVAC included early in the facility planning process, the productive needs of a facility may fall far short of financial expectations. Not having affordable, available, and correct equipment choices puts cultivators at a major disadvantage.

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