Agricultural glass greenhouse for vegetable and flower

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1.Two inch galvanized steel pipe 

2.Fiber glass or 200 micron poly film 

3.Pad&fan cooling sytem 

4.Irrigation system 

Greenhouse is built with hot galvanized steel framework, high sunshine permiation rate, large space and so on. 


It's covered by float glass, which is featured for excellent light transmission rate.



Greenhouse is built with hot galvanized steel pipe, venlo type, garantee for 20 years.


3. Greenhouse size

Standard span width: 9.6m

Span quantity: For you option

Length: For your option.

Roof height: 4.73m


4. Covering material

4mm thickness float glass.


5. Door

Sliding door, alumnium alloy framework, covered by glass.


6. Remarks

Side or roof vent, cooling system, irrigation system, shade system, insect screen, heating system etc is also available.

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