DryGair Main Features
Efficient Large-Scale Dehumidification for Horticulture
Patented Air Circulation for Uniform Climate
Efficient water extraction | Large coverage | Patented air circulation
Presenting: The Next Step in DryGair's Evolution
Our new dehumidifier dedicated to indoor grow rooms, drying rooms, and small greenhouses.
This is DryGair
Create Uniform Climate
DryGair provides large-scale growers with efficient humidity control – saving energy and eliminating diseases in various growing facilities and climates around the world, in all types of crops – from vegetables and herbs to flowers and cannabis.
“We use DryGair as a focal point in our cultivation environment designs, by leveraging its dehumidification, high-capacity air distribution, and heating and cooling capabilities. DryGair provides us the assurance that disease-promoting conditions are at bay.”
“DryGair units are a sustainable solution for dehumidification, because of the energy savings and the reuse of water. The energy saving was an important argument for choosing the installation of a second series of ten DryGair units.”
“There are many benefits to using DryGair. First of all, reducing humidity. Second, is the prevention of wet leaves. When the leaves aren’t wet in the morning, it allows us to maximize our work hours in the greenhouse. We aren’t limited in our use of manpower.
One of the targets we set when we integrated DryGair, is to reduce our environmental impact and pesticide use. Of course, as DryGair does what it’s meant to do, we hardly use pesticides anymore. Rather, we use preventative products, at a significantly lower rate than before.
I forgot to mention energy. Ventilation involves removing high-energy air from the greenhouse and introducing low-energy air. This process is extremely wasteful in terms of energy. DryGair helps us save this energy as well.”
Relative humidity (RH) and vapor pressure deficit (VPD) are two different ways to measure humidity. While most growers traditionally use RH to track their greenhouse […]
Growing crops in controlled environments lets us grow larger quantities and better-quality produce, year-round. Modern horticulture is built and thrives on this principle. One of […]