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  1. #27
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    Pool pac they make indoor swimming pool units they even have all copper coils including the fins. Not cheap.

  2. #28
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    Stulz makes a grow room specific unit. I'm currently in the process of starting up and commissioning a grow facility in PA.

  3. #29
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    Stulz has a lot of catching up to do. Started many stulz and had them under contract. Not a big fan


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  4. #30
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    STULZ makes units for medical cannabis grow facilities look at stulz-usa.com

  5. #31
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    If you’re willing to move off of roof top units and move to indoor, CRAC systems, I would recommend STULZ. I took a webinar on their new, grow room units that have been getting great reviews. The KCC made by Trane is also a great system, but best results with this unit requires a BAS in which with the quality of work you are doing, hydration, lights, grow systems general do use a BAS to operate all of the systems so they are balanced.

  6. #32
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    Stulz

    Stulz USA is dominating the cannabis market with their new Grow Room units. Enhanced dehumidification with dual reheat coils. Variable speed EC fans, 4 stages cooing etc. it’s a pretty amazing product.
    I’ve been to many facilities using them.


    Quote Originally Posted by Fitbiker View Post
    Greetings Gents,

    I build and operate commercial cultivation centers for the Cannabis industry in Colorado. I have never been happy with the functionality of our HVAC systems designed by "professional Engineers' for our purpose. That is why I am here. I would like to ask the guys out in the field a simple question. Who makes the most robust, durable, 20 ton RTU with hot gas reheat functionality on the market? I am designing a 40,000 sq ft facility in Oklahoma city and want to hear from you guys on this subject.

    If this has been asked and answered please direct me with a link.

    Thanks in advance!

    CJ

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