Photosynthetically active radiation, often called PAR, is the spectral range of solar radiation from 400 to 700 nanometers that crops use in the process of photosynthesis.
Near-infrared light (NIR) is the spectral range of solar radiation from 700 to 2500 nanometers and is a very effective method of generating warmth in the greenhouse. NIR is not used by crops for photosynthesis.
Ultra-violet, which means beyond violet, is the range of solar radiation from 10 to 400 nanometers is present in approximately 10% of the sunlight. UV-light regulates plant growth and could be helpful in preventing fungal diseases.
Haze is the percentage of perpendicular incoming light that is deflected at other angles. If a product has a high haze factor, this means that there is little direct light falling onto the subject, and most is spread around it. Haze does not mean less light; it only says something about its scattering behavior.
Our paints affect the percentage of light transmission, but also modulate the light spectrum to offer the most appropriate response to different needs.
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