Greenhouses are multi-purpose structures built specifically for growing flowers and plants in the same conditions as their natural habitat. They allow customers to obtain crops in places and periods of the year incompatible with the growth of the plants themselves. In fact, they create an environment in which temperature, humidity, air, soil temperature and light duration and intensity can be controlled and maintained precisely.


Technical Informations

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The arches and posts are made of Ø 2″ galvanised tube. The upper joining elements (battens) and the reinforcement bracing are made of galvanised steel profiles. Both the lateral and central gutters are made of galvanised and pre-painted steel, offering double protection of the gutter itself. All the front and side strips are press-folded galvanised steel. The plates and gaffs for the assembly of the various elements are press-moulded galvanised steel.

Greenhouses have standard lengths of 7.50/8.00/9.00 and 10.00 m. However spans of different widths can be produced to meet the customer’s needs. The lengths are modular and have progressive pitches that vary from 2.00 m to 2.50 m depending on the type of greenhouse, its height and its exposure to winds.

Depending on the type of crop, climate and the customer’s specific needs, greenhouses can be covered with plastic film (or polyethylene), or with rigid plastic corrugated sheets. PLASTIC FILM In the case of plastic film, the structures will be prepared and equipped with the systems for pulling and tensioning the film material (winding tubes Ø 1” and tube-tightening snaps). In greenhouses prepared for being covered with plastic film, our innovative system for the assembly of the upper shading nets provides an ideal solution. CORRUGATED PLASTIC In the case of rigid plastic corrugated roofs, high transparency and resistance sheets are commonly used (Flat polycarbonate sheet – Wavy 76/16). OPALINE In some cases, such as in the creation of gardens for the storage of nursery products, corrugated opaline sheets in a “White Milk” colour can be used, and which offer a light difusing function and additional UV protection

The entrances to greenhouses usually have a standard width of 2.40 m for a height that varies depending on the height of the greenhouse itself. These are sliding doors with lower and upper tracks.

The side “curtain” windows consist of a roll-up tube, with a handle at the end and vertical guides that ensure perfect closing of the window. The “guillotine” side windows consist of a frame that slides vertically (from top to bottom and vice versa) via a system of vertical racks moved uniformly by a single transmission axis. The “Mushroom” ridge windows consist of a frame that slides vertically (from top to bottom and vice versa), via a system of vertical racks moved uniformly by a single transmission axis. This type of window, located in the highest part of the greenhouse, has the function of sucking and dispensing the hot air created within the greenhouse, thus creating the so-called “chimney effect”. Both “guillotine” and “mushroom” type windows can be operated manually or can be equipped with an electric motor. In case of electrical handling, they can be managed in two ways: – with a simple electrical control panel (open – closed) – with a computerised system which, by acting on the parameters of temperature, wind and rain, automatically manages the opening and closing operations of the windows.

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