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The VLHC takes in humid air from inside the greenhouse, optionally along with fresh air. It converts water vapor into water and heat by blowing the air through a matrix of desiccant-filled elements in a compact cooling tower. In this process, vapor condensation naturally warms up the desiccant, and this heat is released by the unit into the greenhouse as warm, dry air.
The VLHC thus efficiently converts the latent heat stored in the water vapor to usable heat, a welcome by-product in cold-climate greenhouses dramatically reducing energy consumption.
|• Prevents botrytis without
|• Cleans and filters air|
|• Saves 50-70%
|• Reduces expenses for CO2
|• Facilitates chemical-free and
In addition to helping maintain healthy and high-volume yields, the Agam VLHC dehumidifier also reduces the need for intensive fungicide use - saving money and helping conventional and organic growers conform to local and international regulations.
Furthermore, the VLHC cost-effectively cleans and filters greenhouse air, without expelling costly CO2-enriched air - reducing the need for external cold air input - further lowering heating expenses.
Patented, Field-Tested Technology.
Agam's patented VLHC technology has been successfully used in greenhouses and spas for over four years.
VLHC recommended coverage area for vegetables 1000 M²
VLHC recommended coverage area for flowers 1500 M²
Fuel saving (M³ gas/hour) = 7