Next G3N Greenhouse specializes in purpose-built, high-functioning, commercial light deprivation greenhouse facilities and products for the cannabis industry. Next G3N’s primary focus is designing and delivering innovative, high-quality, purpose-built light dep products in an effort to successfully supply the demands.
The Next G3Neration Gable Building was designed from the ground up to be a Light Deprivation/ Multi Energy screen greenhouse. Curtains are not an after thought or retrofit into this structure, they are the purpose.
NEXT G3N LIGHT DEPRIVATION
Patented pending design using custom made components to make sure the photo period is maintained reliable time after time. Standard with 3-Layer breathable blackout and full airflow/cooling capabilities when closed, the Next G3N Light Deprivation is a year around workhorse.
PROVEN ROLL FORM FRAME
Built from proven roll-formed components, the Next G3N Gable is both strong and a extremely efficient in its design. The roll form truss and purlins are not only much stronger then standard tubing commonly used in competitors’ greenhouse frames, it also channels condensation away from your plants helping you keep water where you want it.
DESIGNED FOR MULTIPLE CURTAINS
The pre-punched roll form frame of the Next G3N Gable is ready to accept two automated screens. This simplifies the installations of a Lightdep and/or energy/shade curtains and brings extreme efficiency capabilities to your greenhouse from the start.
The Next G3N Gable rigid covered greenhouse is a commercial strength structure. Deigned to withstand heavy snow loads and high wind loads. Multiple standard widths including 30′ 41.5′ and 50′ it can also be engineered to any custom width up to 50″. Standard gutter heights of 12′ and 14′ give you the ample growing room.
The Commercial Gable is not just offered as a greenhouse it is also offered as a complete growing system with options such as:
- Roof Vents
- Sidewall Vents
- Environmental Controls
- Bench Heating
- Rolling Bench Systems
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