Greenhouse operations are heavily dependent on irrigation water especially when it comes to greenhouse hydroponics crops. In many cases Municipal water is very expensive and contains Chlorine and other chemicals which is not beneficial to the hydroponic crops. In the summer time the municipal water can also be too warm for hydroponic crops affecting plants to wilt or cause deceases from warm water in the root zone. In these cases it is more desirable to use well water or pond water. Well or pond water can be easily filtered and treated before it is used for irrigation. Often the water may contain unacceptable levels of undesired elements and in many cases high levels of bacteria. Climate Control Systems offers a complete program for water filtration, Ozone sterilization, and reconditioning the irrigation water for pH, EC and dissolved oxygen. Our Plasma Ozone water treatment technology is specifically designed for treating irrigation waste water for substrate greenhouse crops.
We offer a complete water treatment solution without using any chemicals. With our high tech sterilization systems you can control Algae, Bacteria, Pathogens and Viruses in irrigation water.
Ozone Water Treatment System
One of the biggest threats in recycling waste irrigation water for greenhouse crops is the dangers of introducing bacteria and viruses back into the irrigation water. Climate Control Systems offers a complete system for water collection, filtration, and Ozone water treatment. Ozone water treatment offers many advantages over other forms of water treatments. It is very effective in sterilizing the water for Bacteria and Viruses. Most importantly Ozone systems do not introduce any chemicals to the water. Ozone is a very safe way of sterilizing irrigation water. It is very beneficial to the crops because of the dissolved oxygen content introduced into the irrigation water. It is very cost-effective to install as compared to other water treatment systems. The result is pure clean sterilized water to help produce healthy greenhouse crop.