DryGair VP, Ziv Shaked:

"We're presenting the ultimate climate control and energy saving tool"

"Reducing the energy footprint of commercial horticulture was and remains one of our main goals as a company." Says DryGair VP Ziv Shaked. "When we started in 2010, we identified the inefficiencies in common humidity control practices and knew our solution could save a significant amount of energy. What we didn't necessarily anticipate was the demand for such solutions. Today, energy is one of the hottest issues in horticulture, and we're proud to be at the forefront of this important issue."

This year's Cultivate in Columbus, Ohio, will feature hundreds of exhibitors, workshops, and lectures. As part of the expo, dehumidification company, DryGair, will be presenting their solution for humidity control and energy savings. The company will be showcasing their flagship dehumidifier, the DG-12, as well as their compact indoor model, the DG-X. The DryGair solution will also be presented at Cultivate Live. "The presentation will include effective humidity and climate control, innovative air circulation, climate uniformity, and of course, energy savings"," says Ziv.

DryGair has had a lot of success over the past few years in reducing greenhouse and indoor growers' heating costs by an average of 50%. This is achieved by implementing the company's 'New Way to Grow' philosophy.

DryGair will be present at booth #1947, shared with AdeptAg. The presentation will be held by AdeptAg's David Bovell, on Monday, July 17, at 4:15 PM, at the Cultivate Live Stage. Growers, facility operators, and anyone interested in efficient climate control is invited to attend the presentation to learn more. You may also book a schedule ahead of time through the company's website.

For more information:
DryGair Energies
8 Hamanofim St, Herzliya
Tel.: +972-9-7730989

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