5.Green Houses & Hydroponics
Greenhouses are used for vegetables cultivation and protected crops produced in off-seasons. In addition, green houses are used as a nursery for different types of vegetables, tree samplings and flowers. Temperature, humidity, and lighting are controlled manually or automatically in greenhouses in addition to the irrigation and fertilization systems. Greenhouses are designed to withstand different weather conditions and are manufactured as per international standards.
1 Single Tunnel Greenhouse
Greenhouse Tunnels are designed to withstand a wide scope of weather conditions such as wind, snow and high temperatures. The body is made of galvanized steel pipes as per international standards Z275. The width of a greenhouse tunnel ranges from 4.5m, 8.0m or 9.0 meters and does not exceed 61.5m in length, with a maximum 3.2 meters height. All metallic profiles and tubing are galvanized with 275 gr/m2 zinc coating protection G90 through a continuous procedure to meet the quality requirements according to Sendizmir procedure. The pillars and doors are hot-dipped galvanized. Available in a wide variety of heights and widths.

2 Multi-tunnel Greenhouse
Multi span greenhouses is a group of tunnels interconnected to form a large undercover area where a typical bay length is 39 meters duplicated into several bays. A standard model has an area of 702 m2 with the ability to be expanded by adding more bays. The body is made out of galvanized steel pipes as per international standards Z275. The height of the bay ranges from 4.0 to 4.2 meters. There are 2 to 3 doors per unit depending on the work requirements. Multi - span greenhouses come with different ventilation / cooling openings either in the roof, or a half-moon opening at the front and back, or at the sides. It is also offered with a complete heating or cooling system. The climate can be controlled with a specially designed software in case of automatic climate control systems.  

3 Net Shading
Shading nets are constructed to protect crops like citrus groves and banana plantations from severe weather changes mainly high winds, rain, or scorching heat. A network of galvanized tubes are mounted in different structures depending on the area of the farm, the type of crop, height required, and shading intensity. White plastic mesh with 50% shading is used to cover the farm or other types of shading covers depending on the crop and the prevailing weather conditions in the location of the farm. Construction of a shading net structure ensures a uniform growth of the fruit, a higher yield, and it helps protect the plantations from birds and insects. Pillars made of 2.5 inch galvanized pipes are fixed around the farm with spacing ranging from 3 to 6 meters depending on required design of the shade with 5 meters height while the internal pipes are with 6 - 8 meters height. Pipes are reticulated at top with 4 mm galvanized wires in such way to carry the net. The same type of net specifications is also installed on the sides. Shading Net areas are specifically designed to suit a projects actual requirements, taking into consideration the location, crop type, weather conditions, and the purpose for which it is constructed. A wide range of designs are available with different specifications of the type of shading net that should be used.