Surna Cultivation Technologies earned yet another multi-million-dollar contract.
“We are pleased to announce a signed contract for $2.1 million with a facility in Maryland,” said Jon Kozlowski, Surna’s Vice President of Sales. “Earlier in 2021, Surna performed the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering services for this 37,000 square feet of cultivation space. Thanks to the value added as a result of this work, we have been awarded the HVACD and controls equipment portion of the project.”
This project includes HVACD equipment for the veg, flower, mother, clone, and dry cure rooms, as well as comfort cooling in the office spaces. As part of the HVACD equipment order, Surna is providing its EnviroPro™ air handlers, IsoStream® fan coils, Surna by Anden dehumidifiers and humidifiers, boilers, and chillers. The project also includes controls design services and Surna’s proprietary controls system, SentryIQ®. The SentryIQ system will control the mechanical system, lighting, CO2 injection, and exhaust/purge systems and intake.
Troy Rippe, Surna Cultivation Technologies Vice President – Operations and Development, stated, “SentryIQ’s sensors, controls and automation platform helps our customers achieve the precision environmental control, energy management, and monitoring required by serious controlled environment agriculture growers. We are confident that Surna’s combined engineering services, controls design services and HVACD equipment will enable our customer to efficiently produce high quality, high yield products.”