California-based Moleaer, the global leader in nanobubble generator installations, strengthened its position to bring nanobubble tech to controlled-environment growers nationwide. The company has entered into a distribution agreement with Massachusetts-based Griffin Greenhouse Supplies. One of the largest horticultural distribution and brokerage companies in the United States, Griffin serves growers across crop lines ranging from bedding plants and ornamentals to produce and cannabis.
“Moleaer’s nanobubble technology helps growers worldwide lower their input costs and water usage and increase their yield at a time when water, electricity, fertilizer and chemical prices are rising,” said Nick Dyner, CEO of Moleaer. “We’re excited to partner with Griffin to enable more growers to access these savings and productivity improvements more easily.”
The companies report the partnership enables growers to access Moleaer’s nanobubble technology with greater after-market support and expertise, thanks to the knowledge and capabilities that have made Griffin a go-to provider of products and solutions for generations of greenhouse and nursery producers.
“With installations in hundreds of CEA facilities, Moleaer has a strong reputation that adds tremendous value to our portfolio.”Tami Van Gaal, Griffin CEA Division Leader
“We’re proud of our long history of providing our customers with quality horticulture products and outstanding service, and we’re always looking to add the most innovative and exciting products to our offerings,” said Tami Van Gaal, CEA Division Leader at Griffin. “With installations in hundreds of CEA facilities, Moleaer has a strong reputation that adds tremendous value to our portfolio.”
Moleaer reports that its nanobubble technology is deployed in more than 50 countries. Of its more than 2,400 nanobubble generator installations, approximately 1,000 are in cultivation facilities from small vertical farms and greenhouses to nurseries and precision-irrigation outdoor farms.
In recent months, the nanobubble tech company has captured the attention of CEA growers with multiple in-the-field case studies from actual customers that consistently reflect its technology promotes stable, significantly increased dissolved oxygen (DO) levels, improved water quality, enhanced pathogen suppression, improved crops quality and yields, and — in a big boon to CEA growers — biofilm reduction and prevention.
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