Almost all greenhouses supply an energy screen installation as a standard, through which the climate and external light radiation within the cultivation space can also be arranged accurately.
In addition, a screen is applied to prevent external light radiation when using assimilation lighting. It also regulates the emission of CO2.
Climate screens are the ideal screen to save energy 24 hours a day and simultaneously effectuate an optimal greenhouse climate.
Sun screens are in particular applied in the cultivation of flowers and plants. Depending on the structure of the screen, a reduction of 30% – 90% external light radiation is realised.
Facade screens are applied both for the cultivation of vegetables and flowers. They prevent a drop in temperature in winter and too much external radiation in summer. A reduction of 20%-90% can be realised. Furthermore, these screens also contribute to a better climate control within the greenhouse, which results in a more even growth of the crop.
All screen types can be supplied with a fire-retardant coating.