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Thailand Light Deprivation Hemp Greenhouse Project

February 9, 2023

Latest company case about Thailand Light Deprivation Hemp Greenhouse Project

Thailand Light Deprivation Hemp Greenhouse Project

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1. Project introduction

(1) Project Location: Thailand
(2) Black and white film
(3) Main column:Φ50*50*2.5mm; Gutter: S1.5*410mm; Cross beam:Φ25*1.5mm; Arch:Φ25*1.5mm; Purline:Φ25*1.5mm
(4) Number of Backbones is 3pcs
(5) Hot galvanized steel framework, zinc coated
The greenhouse is connected by all connected parts, not the welding type.
Accessories Included: Slot circlip, Squeeze film line, Duckbill clip, Slot connecting piece, Squeeze film clip, Rollup device, Tope pressure spring, Slot-fixed clip, Self-tapping screws, Clamp, Screw.


2. Project details

1. A Reliable, Well-Built Structure that Meets All Building Codes for Snow and Wind Loads

The best hemp growing practices and advice in the world won’t mean much if your greenhouse structure itself can’t keep your crops safe from the elements. That’s why it’s critical to make sure the greenhouse you’ve built for your hemp plants is designed to handle the worst of what the weather can throw at it. A strong, well-built greenhouse should be able to withstand everything from blizzard-level snow loads to storm-force winds without buckling under the pressure. In most cases, this will be required to meet basic strength requirements when it comes time to secure compliance with local building codes. Our BAOLIDA Hemp propagation greenhouses are designed specifically with high snow and wind load protection in mind and built to make securing a building permit as easy as possible.

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Our Highpoint Nor’easter hemp greenhouse, for example, features 2 ft. bow spacing to meet most snow and wind loads, with the option to add more structural components if needed for higher load requirements. The strength of the highpoint is further bolstered with a truss assembly with every set of bows, and a 6:12 roof pitch made of high-strength galvanized steel tubing allows snow to slide off easily, rather than building up. Together, these design elements make our hemp cultivation greenhouses some of the strongest and best protected for today’s hemp growers, and allow us to provide stamped engineering plans with each greenhouse so you can obtain your building permit without running into unexpected problems.

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2.A Fully-Automated Light Deprivation System

As any experienced hemp or cannabis cultivator knows, light deprivation plays a huge role in the growing process. Whether you’re growing hemp optimized for CBD extraction or trying to maximize the size and speed of your hemp harvests—or both—an automated light deprivation system is a must-have to ensure complete control over the quality of your final product. Many varieties of hemp rely on photoperiods to determine growth cycles and may require specific periods of light deprivation to achieve the desired plant size, terpene profile, or CBD level. That is why many hemp propagation greenhouses utilize light-proof coatings for specific time periods to mimic the maximize these photoperiods, rather than relying on the natural cycles of the sun and seasons. But implementing and utilizing a manually-powered light deprivation system can require significant labor, and may be prone to light leaks or other inefficiencies that can dampen the effect on your hemp plants. That’s why an automated light deprivation system can often be the perfect choice for growers looking to maximize efficiency. Our hemp and cannabis propagation greenhouses come outfitted with completely automated motorized light deprivation systems located right inside the greenhouse itself, complete with excellent perimeter seals to fit tightly and minimize light leaks.

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These automated systems—made of high-quality, flame retardant fabric and utilizing a slope-flat-slope design so lights and other equipment can be mounted without interference—are highly reliable and effective at blocking light during blackout periods. Additionally, a timed controller with the option for manual override makes controlling these photoperiods simple and efficient. Hemp growers who still rely on manual light deprivation systems may be spending more time, energy, and labor on controlling photoperiods, and these systems may still suffer from light leaks and inefficient operation. An automated light deprivation system can provide your hemp plants with exactly the light levels they need for maximum productivity.

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