Aluminium profiles greenhouse for roses plants

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*100x50x2mm pillar, strong framework 

*Good ventilation 

*Economical 

*All systems can be added


Greenhouse Brief Introduction

*Specification:

Width: 8m-150m

Length: 20m - 100m

Roof height: 5m – 7m

Gutter height: 3m – 5m

 

*Features:

Made of hot galvanized steel pipe, anti-rust treated, 15-20 years life.

Covered by 150 miron or 200 micron plastic film, 3-ply or by 30 mesh or 50 mesh white insect screen.

Rooling or fixed vent on roof or on sides for natural ventilation. 

Auto-controlled pad & fan cooling system, irrigation system, shade system, hydroponics system, heating system, 

metal table, plant pot, cocopeat grow bag etc is available.

 

*Suggested plants:

Flowers, seeding, hydroponic


*Suggested area:

All over the world.



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