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Alpine Series Commercial Gutter Connect Palomar Craft Cannabis

Gutter Connected Alpine Series

Our Alpine Series greenhouses gutter connect to create 5 zones that allowed Palomar Craft Cannabis to cycle their harvest nearly year-round in the 18,000 square foot space.

One week away from harvest.

Our pre-assembled unique 2″ x 2″ trusses helped to cut construction costs and lead time while still maintaining a strong structure with premium square tubing.

Custom Column Caps

We engineered custom caps that fit over the existing columns made by another manufacturer, allowing us to gutter connect our Alpine Series greenhouses and accommodate our custom light deprivation system.

Horizontal Airflow Fans

Vostermans Ventilation fans horizontally distribute airflow over a wide surface to maintain uniform climate conditions while remaining energy efficient.

Heating and Dehumidifiers

Reznor heating and Quest dehumidification systems help to balance the temperature and humidity inside our greenhouses regardless of the climate outside.

Link4 controls allow Palomar Craft Cannabis to control lighting, timers, vent fans, air conditioning, and heating to monitor data and progress throughout different stages that help maximize yields.

Patented Light Deprivation

Our patented light deprivation system curtains and lower trusses.

Palomar Craft Cannabis nearly ready to harvest this zone.

Testimonial

“Extremely high level of customer service. From my first point of contact to the time all of our product was delivered, everyone was really thorough and communicative.”

Kyle Castanon, Founder and CEO of Palomar Craft Cannabis

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Project Overview

Palomar Craft Cannabis wanted to push the envelope of what could be accomplished by growing cannabis in light deprivation greenhouses: Consistently harvest top-shelf, indoor-quality at scale. They needed to expand their commercial growing operation by joining their two existing greenhouses to 18,000 square feet of new greenhouses, creating a five-zone commercial light deprivation system that would allow for nearly year-round harvest of top- quality cannabis.

CHALLENGE

The existing greenhouses were from another manufacturer, so without a custom designed modification to the columns there would be no way to combine the existing greenhouses with the new structures and meet their harvest schedule.

APPROACH

We took the time to engineer a solution that met both the needs of the project and the goals of Palomar Craft Cannabis. We found the columns that would need to connect the greenhouses required custom caps that would allow the new structures to attach and remain uniform to the existing structures, while still being able to accommodate our patented light deprivation system in each of the 5 zones.

SOLUTION

We designed and engineered custom column caps to join three separate 5,760 square foot light deprivation greenhouses that would allow Palomar Craft Cannabis to have 5 total zones that could stagger cycles to be in nearly year-round harvest. Because we engineered the caps and light deprivation system ourselves, we were able to minimize construction time and still meet the existing schedule to begin growing on time and on budget.

See how Gro-Tech Systems helped Palomar Craft Cannabis push the envelope to achieve top-tier quality cannabis grown in light deprivation greenhouses.