SUNLITE® Opaque
SUNLITE® Opaque
SUNLITE® Opaque

SUNLITE™ LD

REFLECTIVE OPAQUE MULTIWALL POLYCARBONATE FOR LIGHT DEPRIVATION APPLICATIONS

Engineered for complete light deprivation, with a highly reflective, white outer skin and a black core, SUNLITE® LD ensures 0% light transmission. The reflective surface maximizes available natural light from your greenhouse cover and from your artificial lighting system. Its multiwall design helps conserve energy and maintain consistent temperatures inside the structure.

SUNLITE® LD is a lightweight, easy-to-install, insulated panel that can be used in a wide range of climates. It is a durable solution for cannabis greenhouse, processing and storage areas and more.

Engineered for Side & End Walls

Light Deprivation Solution for Cannabis Cultivation

Due to the recent developments in the legalization of recreational and medical cannabis, growers are faced with several growing challenges. Commercial cultivation of cannabis requires full control over the day and night cycles. During daylight cycles, growers in the commercial market strive for maximal light transmittance and high light diffusion factors. Opaque walls are desirable for security and discretion, as well as for light deprivation control.

Palram provides a suite of solutions for cannabis growers with specific high-light transmission and diffusion panels for the roof; and opaque, reflective multiwall for greenhouse walls and gables.

Light Deprivation Solution for Cannabis Cultivation

What do growers want?

During daylight cycles, Cannabis greenhouse growers strive for the optimization light transmission and light diffusion.
Opaque walls are desirable for light deprivation cycles and are commonly used at greenhouse sides & end walls.

Collaborating with the world's largest growers and greenhouse builders, we have developed and now provide a package of solutions that wraps the entire growing facility and provides a safe, protected and controlled growing environment.

Learn more about our solutions for cannabis greenhouse

What do growers want?