Greenhouse Equipment | Kasgrow Ltd

By: Kasgrow  09-12-2011

Genap is a Holland-based company that has been making water storage systems for the horticultural industry since the 1950s. The systems cover the storage of rainwater and re-circulated water by lining reservoirs or steel tanks. Genap differs from the competition by introducing a degree of custom fitting making the systems highly sought after for business critical applications. Genap has a variety of solutions that cater to the individual needs of each greenhouse owner. Genap also offers a wide selection of accessory items such as anti-algae systems, steaming sheets and bank protection.

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