Are you looking for a good climate control system for your greenhouses? The airsock system is exactly what you need. Airsock makes sure that the air within a space is distributed. The system also prevents draughts from occurring.
Airsock is also known as air hoses or air distribution hoses. Airsock creates an optimal air distribution. Clean air of a pre-set temperature can reach the areas you want it to reach. The air distribution hose or airsock is a flexible textile channel. It is available in a variety of diameters: 12.5 cm, 16 cm, 20 cm, 25.4 cm and 32.5 cm. The airsock can be up to 100 metres long. It is possible to use multiple pieces that are connected into one whole using zippers. Airsock is available in several sizes and colours. An airsock is lightweight, versatile and easy to attach. In short: it offers a multitude of options.
The advantages of the BAC airsock are as follows:
- Better climate control
- Keeps plants from suffering the effects of cold air
- Even air circulation
- Sound-damping effect
- Filters out all insects and dust particles
- 20% less suction power needed
- The airsock must be washed at a temperature of 30 degrees after every harvest
Climate control with the Airsock
You can use airsock for a variety of applications, e.g. in horticulture greenhouses, laboratories, offices and more. Climate control is an important aspect of plant cultivation. Air distribution hoses are useful in any space you can think of. The major advantage of this system is that it offers excellent ventilation in a room without creating draughts!
Airsocks and plant growth
For optimal growing conditions, plants need CO2. An airsock can make sure the plants thrive by maintaining the correct level of CO2 in the air. The airsock works as follows: you attach it at the top of the air blower and to the ceiling. When the blower is turned on, the airsock is filled with incoming air. Next, air rich in CO2 is distributed evenly throughout the room. The result is that plants get more fresh air, while cold air is heated up to keep the climate closer to the optimal values. The system is as simple as it is effective. A lack of ventilation leads to inferior growth rates, stunts the plants’ development and can lead to the yellowing of the leaves.