QuantoTech Solutions has supplied LED lights to another state-of-the-art grow facility in California.

“Marijuana facilities are noticing the benefits of using tissue culture over traditional cloning techniques. The ability to ensure a uniform crop allows for significant returns from such a high value product, and having a uniform light helps ensure that high uniformity,” said Alycia van der Gracht, Manager of Operations and Supply Chain.

QuantoTech Solutions is a proud partner of BC’s Digital Technology Supercluster which has been shortlisted for the second phase of the application process for funding through the federal government’s Innovation Supercluster Initiative.

“The consortium is comprised of technology leaders including TELUS, Microsoft Corp., D-Wave, UrtheCast, Finger Food Studios and PHEMI; leading industry players including Teck, TimberWest, LifeLabs and Avcorp; and six post-secondary institutions including BCIT, Emily Carr, SFU, UBC, UNBC and UVic. This past July, the consortium submitted a proposal to Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. With more than 50 national applicants, only nine were selected.”

Checkout the BC Tech Association’s page to learn more.

QuantoTech Solutions Ltd. is an engineering service company that supplies energy-efficient and environment-friendly LED lighting systems to commercial growers.

QuantoTech Solutions has supplied LED lights for vertically staged germination and growing at Terramera for use in growth trials.

“Any vertically staged growth requires a thin form factor light to make the most of the limited space. QuantoTech’s ultra-flat Q75 panels use diffused LED light allowing plants to grow right up close to the light source without risk of burning or harming the plant,” said Alycia van der Gracht, Manager of Operations and Supply Chain.

“The high level of uniformity found in QuantoTech’s lights generate greater homogeneity in our trial crops. This leads to more accurate data for our research and a higher level of precision in our results,” Said Jonatan Montpetit Plant Physiologist at Terramera.

More information on Terramera can be found here.

 Address. 1771 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC

Tel. (604) 897-7396

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