Gothic Arch Greenhouses
Select a greenhouse design with structural integrity sufficient for the weather conditions (winds, snow) of the site. The greenhouse structure must not only be of sufficient overall size, but also be proportioned to fit the modular size (row spacing or bench width) of the crop production system, such that use of interior space is maximized.
These are mostly used these days in varieties, galvanized with zinc and aluminum alloys for good durability. They are strong enough to hold heavy coverings and most kinds of equipment for automations with minimum shade. Greenhouses are generally built by specialists, not by farmers, themselves.
BK Greenhouse Frame: Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel Pipes
- Hot-dip galvanized steel pipes & fittings.
- Smooth surface-No Burn to coverings
- No welding part-Long Life of structure
- No joint on vows & 1.M spacing
- Walk-on Gutters with no joints-No leak
Selection of the type of covering material to use on new construction or on renovation projects requires many practical considerations. The flexible and forming properties of the film simplify the covering process compared to rigid plastics or poly film.
The attachment procedures for plastic film range from the simplicity of wooden nailer strips to the reusable aluminum extrusion inter-locking strips. The need for replacing the film every three to four years requires that the recovering process be rapid and easy. A means of recycling or disposing of spent film must also be considered.
Developed for greenhouse uses to cover the weak points of PE films, using layers of PE with different additives for longer life and condensation flows, yet recyclables (Environment friendly).
BK Greenhouse Covering: 3-Poly Film
- Poly film specially made for greenhouses
- UV & Non-drip treated
- High Transparency & tensile
- Dual cover with insect screens of whitefly grad