Grow Room Dehumidifiers

Controlling humidity for any indoor grow, but especially cannabis can be a delicate balancing act.  Talk to any grower and they will tell you the management of moisture is one of the essential factors in producing a high-quality crop.  A well-implemented dehumidification strategy will result in a winning payload of high-quality crops.  It will minimize unnecessary problems (like powdery mildew, slow growth, low yield, foul taste) that can lead to crop loss and wasted labor.

Humidity, to a certain extent, determines how much water your plants will drink.  The dryer the air, the more they will consume.  Young plants are often grown in higher humidity levels to promote growth.  As the plant matures, a lower humidity level is required to prevent the formation of mildew or mold.

Anden Dehumidifiers were built for indoor growing.  They are designed for the heat and humidity changes dictated by your plants' life cycle.  Anden Dehumidifiers are built to run 24/7 with minimal performance loss in temperatures below 80 degrees.  These units are manufactured with leading industry components from Modine®, ElectroFin®, and Ziehl-Abegg®.  The Aden Dehumidifiers are the only grow-optimized dehumidifiers to include a crankcase heater, TXV valve, scroll compressors instead of rotary, corrosion-resistant coils, variable speed blower, and a digital relative humidity sensor. 

Relative Humidity (RH) is a measure of the amount of moisture in the air compared to what the air can sustain at a given temperature.  If the temperature is too hot and dry, there is potential for the air to extract moisture out of the plant resulting in slower growth.  Cold and humid conditions can cause mold or disease as well as stunted growth.  Control of temperature, RH and nutrient application simultaneously is imperative to achieving an optimum harvest.

Temperature, humidity and airflow must be reliably controlled and adjusted to ensure the greatest crop yield and highest quality. High-value plants require very different environments throughout the phases of their life cycle.  Your climate system must be capable of adjusting to all these cycles. 

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