Cultivators and business owners must balance unique room environments, operational demands, and select various equipment from suppliers to create these systems to achieve the correct environment. In some states, the legislation calls for a 'high efficiency' HVACD system for cannabis cultivation. In a collaborative effort, a mechanical engineer, architect, and horticulture process specialist found that these systems cannot support the needs of cultivation in an industrial operation that runs 24/7, 365 days a year. Tune in on April 20th at 2 pm EST/1 pm CT as they address the issues of certain HVAC system types being installed in cultivation facilities and will answer questions such as efficiency, installation, performance, and maintenance costs.
This study was a collaborative effort of experts who have designed, installed, and monitored these systems. James Megerson, PE, LEED, Mechanical Engineer and Founder of Anvil Agrinomics, Mike Zartarian, MSEE, Horticulture Process Engineer and Principal of Zartarian Engineering, and Brian D. Anderson, AIA, Founder of cannabis architecture firm Anderson Porter Design, provide an experienced-based perspective to the performance data.
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Anderson Porter Design
LinkedIn: Anvil Agrinomincs, LLC
Zartarian Engineering & Precision AG