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Climate screen

New H2NO technology is designed to reduce condensation and increase light transmission. Greenhouse curtains or climate screens form the barrier between a cold, dry attic in a greenhouse and the warmer, more humid growing space. As a result, water can condense on the screen and droplet formation can reflect light, effectively reducing transmission by up to 10 percent H2NO technology prevents droplet formation and increases light transmission on curtains used during daylight hours.

from Ludvig Svensson, Inc.




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