Indoor Grow Air Curtains

Be a good neighbor – when the door is open, use Berner Air Curtains as part of your odor control plan.

Berner does not sell MK 1, but we do sell air curtains for Indoor Grow, Producers, Bakeries and more.

For additional help with odor control, talk to Berner about Carbon Filters.

Where Indoor Grow Facilities Use Air Curtains:

1.  Shipping & Receiving: When the doors are open, air curtains are part of many operating plans and OCPs to keep:

  • Energy usage low
  • Temperatures stable
  • Odors contained
  • Flying insects out, chemical-free

2.  Internal Doors / Clean Rooms: Berner air curtains work with swing and rapid roll-up doors to protect temperatures, separate environments and slow down moisture transfer as doors open & close.

3.  Conveyor Doors: Keep a continuous stream of air covering the conveyor window as product passes through.

4.  Employee / Service Doors: Used to protect the building from outside temperatures, secondhand smoke, truck exhaust, and flying insects.

5.  Main Entrances: Both ambient and heated Berner air curtains are used on main entrances, along with or instead of a vestibule, to protect the office from outside temperatures, secondhand smoke, and traffic fumes.  For places of consumption, Berner air curtains are used for odor control.

Map graphic of where indoor grow facilities use Berner air curtains.

As the popularity and legality of cannabis increases, odor mitigation becomes a top priority for greenhouse and grow room owners and designers. Top reasons to focus on odor control include:

  • Security – if the odor of your indoor grow room is excessive, it advertises exactly where you have a valuable product and can increase your chances of potential break-ins and robberies.
  • Neighborly consideration – not everyone appreciates the smells being produced by your product. Maintaining grow room odor control lessens the chances of complaints.
  • Indicative of another problem – if you’re having trouble containing odors, it could mean that you have a ventilation problem. Poor air circulation and ventilation can have a negative impact on your product as it grows.

While there are a number of “quick-fixes” for greenhouse odor control, these are typically not sustainable and could put your entire operation at risk. In addition, you could spend thousands of dollars on numerous pieces of equipment and setup attempting to balance the environment and still have problems.

Solve your odor control problem with an air curtain + carbon filter and get more than just odor mitigation – get peace of mind that your product is safe and healthy.

To learn more about how air curtains work, click here.