Rolling greenhouse benches remove non-efficient aisle ways and are designed so the table tops easily move to one side or the other creating access aisles when and where they are needed. Rolling benches increase growing space up to 30% by requiring only one 20” to 24” aisle in a bay. It’s all about optimizing grow space for optimal crop yield. All of our rolling greenhouse benches are constructed of strong, 16 gauge galvanized steel tubing and heavy marine grade aluminum rails, rounded corners and leg connectors to provide unmatched structural integrity. Our rolling benches are offered with two rolling extension choices (standard and MAX) and two bench top choices (ebb and flow or expanded metal) on all rolling greenhouse benches.
Our rolling bench system customizations include:
- Custom Width/Length/Height
- Expanded Metal Tops or Ebb and Flow Tray Tops
- Standard or MAX Rolling Extension
ROLLING GREENHOUSE BENCHES Top Option – Expanded Metal
Expanded metal tops are manufactured with a mesh, diamond opening design out of 14 gauge hot-dipped galvanized steel. This coating protects against corrosion and rust in harsh environments.
ROLLING GREENHOUSE BENCHES Top Option – Ebb and Flow Tray
Ebb and flow tray tops are manufactured from UV coated vacuum formed polystyrene. Grow tables designed with an Ebb & Flow system will reduce water consumption, labor costs, fertilizer and pesticide usage. Ebb and Flow Trays are a uniformed 1” deep, are stocked is standard widths of 2’, 3’, 4’, 4’6”, 5’, 5’6” and 6’, and custom cut to your required length. Ebb and Flow Trays can be manufactured to any custom width; fabrication will require a slightly longer lead time. Learn more about our Ebb and Flow table system
ROLLING GROW BENCHES Base Extension Option – Standard Roll
Standard rolling grow benches generally extend approximately 32% the overall bench width and may be installed on gravel floors.
ROLLING GROW BENCHES Base Extension Option – MAX Roll
MAX-rolling grow benches generally extend approximately 43% the overall bench width and need to be anchored on concrete floors to prevent tipping.