Green House Range

YELLOW LONG LIFE FILM

LDPE sheeting manufactured in a thickness of 180 µ (720 gauge) with a special anti-UV additive pack based on Ni/Benzophenone, which gives the film a yellow/green colour.

Mechanical Properties:
  • High resistance to traction, impact and tearing, providing optimum performance in aggressive climatic conditions, such as rain, hail, wind etc.
  • Optical Properties:
  • High transmission of visible light, increasing the interior temperature of the greenhouse and stimulating the development of the plant.
  • Good light diffusion, eliminating areas of shade inside the greenhouse and distributing the light evenly for each plant.
  • High resistance to degradation due to solar radiation as well as degradation due to chemical attacks caused by the use of agrochemicals.
  • The use of this film is not recommended in areas with great variations between day and night temperatures as it does not contain a thermo-insulating additives pack.

    WHITE LONG LIFE FILM
  • LDPE sheeting manufactured in a thickness of 180 µ (720 gauge) with a special UV radiation-stabilizing additive pack based on HALS impeded amines, which gives the film a translucid white tone.
  • Mechanical Properties

    High resistance to traction, impact and tearing, providing optimum performance in aggressive climatic conditions, such as rain, hail, wind, etc.

    Optical Properties:
  • High transmission of visible light, increasing the interior temperature of the greenhouse and stimulating the development of the plant.
  • Good light diffusion, eliminating areas of shade inside the greenhouse and distributing the light evenly for each plant.
  • High resistance to degradation due to solar radiation as well as degradation due to chemical attacks caused by the use of agrochemicals.
  • The use of this film is not recommended in areas with great variations between day and night temperatures as it does not contain a thermo-insulating additives pack.

    YELLOW THERMAL FILM

    LDPE sheeting manufactured in a thickness of 200 µ (800 gauges) with a special anti-UV additive pack based on Ni/Benzophenone, which gives the film a yellow/green colour. It also contains IR additives, providing it with high thermicity.

    Mechanical Properties
  • High resistance to traction, tearing and impact.
  • Optical Properties:
  • Good transmission of visible light: this allows warming of the cultivation area, stimulating the development of the plants.
  • Optimum thermo-insulation effect: the IR additives pack acts as a barrier to long infrared radiation, released from the ground during the night. In this way, brusque falls in temperature are avoided at night and the risk of thermal inversion prevented (which would endanger the life of the plant), keeping the interior temperature a few degrees higher than that of the exterior.
  • High resistance to degradation caused by solar radiation as well as llial caused by chemical applications made inside the greenhouse.
  • WHITE THERMAL FILM

    LDPE sheeting manufactured in a thickness of 200 µ (800 gauge) with a special UV radiation-stabilizing additive pack based on HALS impeded amines, which gives the film a translucid white tone.

    It also contains IR additives, providing it with high thermicity.

    Mechanical Properties
  • High resistance to traction, tearing and impact.
  • Optical Properties
  • Good transmission of visible light: this allows warming of the cultivation area, stimulating the development of the plants.
  • Excellent light diffusion: it avoids areas of shade inside the greenhouse, reducing irregular development by uniform light distribution throughout the cultivation area.
  • Optimum thermo-insulation effect: the IR additives pack acts as a barrier to long infrared radiation, released from the ground during the night. In this way, brusque falls in temperature are avoided at night and the risk of thermal inversion prevented (which would endanger the life of the plant), keeping the interior temperature a few degrees higher than that of the exterior.
  • High resistance to degradation caused by solar radiation as well as that caused by chemical applications made inside the greenhouse.