Micro Grow Greenhouse Systems uses Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures to protect critical controls in a corrosive greenhouse environment.
Micro Grow Greenhouse Systems, Inc., has been providing environmental computer controls for professional commercial growers and research greenhouses worldwide for more than 40 years.
The Micro Grow team is focused on building systems that last. At times, this can be a difficult task, because the greenhouse environment is notorious for corrosion. Corrosion in the greenhouse is most often caused by water, increased high humidity, and the use of reverse osmosis systems.
When Micro Grow first began building products 40 years ago, metal housings were used. However, the company found that metal housings needed to be replaced much sooner due to corrosion created in any greenhouse environment.
Micro Grow currently uses the DiamondShield® product line from Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures because it features a high-quality, cost-effective fiberglass material with a unique design concept. Every cubic inch of the DiamondShield® interior volume is available and completely protected. Furthermore, the “No Limits” Panel Management System of the product line allows any panel of any size to be mounted at any height or depth and hinged in any direction, even on the door.
“Personal attention does make a difference in my book. The team from Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures willingly makes regular visits to my company to keep up-to-date on our enclosure needs,” stated Tom Piini, President, Micro Grow Greenhouse Systems, Inc.