HOUSTON — Indoor Harvest Corp. announced Harvest Air LLC as its HVAC partner to develop integrated solutions for precision cannabis production.
Harvest Air has a patent-pending HVAC system that uses air-to-air economization to allow producers the ability to use outside air to cool and dehumidify without bringing that outside air into the cultivation environment.
“We are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Indoor Harvest on this project,” said John Zimmerman, CEO of Harvest Air. “I have long thought that the company has surrounded itself with some of the brightest mechanical minds in this industry, and I am a true believer that the Indoor Harvest High Pressure Aeroponic system is the best system for pharmaceutical-grade cannabis production, at scale.”
Development of HVAC systems will take place in Tempe, Arizona, as part of Indoor Harvest’s planned cannabis demonstration farm. In exchange for Harvest Air’s support and services, Indoor Harvest has agreed to exclusively utilize any developed hardware and strategies provided by Harvest Air in its future developments in Parachute, Colorado, and Stockdale, Texas, as well as other locations approved under the Texas Compassionate Use program.
Publication date: 11/20/2017