BioTherm understands the demands of indoor gardening and greenhouse crops. A major issue is moisture control & humidity management. We have developed a line of pragmatic greenhouse and grow room dehumidification solutions for agricultural applications without compromising performance. A saturated atmosphere will result in moisture removal up to 2GPH per KW.
Our greenhouse dehumidification units were developed to make sure the equipment is easily serviceable, so replacement parts can be purchased at most refrigeration and HVAC supply stores (and other brands can be substituted with our approval if the exact part number cannot be located).
Dehumidifiers can reduce energy usage and improve plant growth since growers don’t need to raise the heat and ventilate the greenhouse in the traditional way. By trying to eliminate humidity by ventilating, growers experience massive heat loss and huge energy costs needing to reheat the greenhouse. By using BT-530’s, you can keep your greenhouse closed and avoid unnecessary heat loss. With fuel prices on the rise, this strategy could help many growers reduce operating costs and increase plant health and quality.
BioTherm’s line of high-performance, energy-efficient, free-standing dehumidifiers are designed to control damaging moisture and humidity in industrial buildings and greenhouses. BioTherm’s dehumidifiers utilize the latest heat transfer refrigerant technology to drastically improve performance and be the most economical solution in the industry.
BT-530 Standalone Dehumidifier
The BT-530 Dehumidifier has been carefully designed with the modern cultivator in mind.
With power prices slowly rising and cultivation methods changing, the BT-530 has been designed to maximize airflow and dehumidification while using less energy. In independent lab testing, the BT-530 outperforms other popular units. With over 1800 CFM of airflow and 530 PPD of condensate production, the BT530 offers more dehumidification with fewer units needed overall.
The BT-530 is perfect for commercial and Craft (or small) growers.
Large-scale growing operations control humidity levels with integrated heating and cooling systems. The air handlers in the growing spaces summon heat from the boilers or cooling from the chillers, regulated by the greenhouse’s environmental controls.