• Temporary paints

      Shading paints that wear off gradually over time and do not need to be cleaned off at the end of the season. This range is designed to offer growers an effective, user-friendly solution.

      Temporary protection from light and heat for different periods of time without having to clean the paint off at the end of the season.

    • Removable paints

      Often called On/Off, these paints produce results that are stable over time until removed using the appropriate cleaning product. Combining shading and diffusion solutions, this range gives growers control over when they remove the coating.

      Removable protection against heat and light

      Removable protection from light and heat for sun-sensitive crops

      Removable protection from heat while maintaining grow-light

      Removable diffuse light with high transmission

      Removable diffuse coating with heat protection

      Cleaner to remove shading- and diffusion paints

    • Product information

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      Online Product Advice

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      Understanding light

      Understanding light

      How do our paints influence the sunlight?


      Quick answers to frequently asked questions.

      How to apply Sudlac paints

      Instructions for application of our paints on your greenhouse

    • Applied on the various elements of the greenhouse structure, these solutions make it possible to maintain and protect your greenhouses from premature wear and tear.

      Corrosion protection for heating pipes

  • Contact

Horticulture in Mexico is booming

Edgar Leyton is the owner of Leyton Greenhouse and Supply in Celaya, Mexico. “We have customers across the country ranging from large companies with high-tech greenhouses to smaller companies with low-tech greenhouses. We can offer these companies everything they need in terms of technology, such as substrates, irrigation requirements, crop protection agents and the Sudlac shading materials.”

Horticulture in Mexico is booming. It mainly concerns the cultivation of fruit vegetables. The tomato is the main product followed by berries in second place. They are followed by the cucumber, pepper and eggplant. More and more companies are choosing to grow in modern greenhouses. Not only due to the higher production, but also in order to meet the strict requirements of American buyers.

Edgar Leyton sees how growers are investing in infrastructure and knowledge. That also applies to his client base, which is growing each year through word-of-mouth advertising. He has been working with Sudlac since 2014. The main product that they supply is Eclipse LD, followed by Transpar and Optifuse. These products are mainly destined for the high-tech segment. Growers in the mid and low-tech segments mainly choose non-removable solutions, such as Sombrero.

True partners

Leyton is extremely satisfied with the shading products of Sudlac. “Technically, the products work well. They are a good solution to climate issues and thus contribute to the well-being of the plants. And therefore also to the well-being of the growers.” He is very enthusiastic about the good cooperation.
“We have received good commercial and technical support from the very beginning. We are true partners who strengthen each other by sharing knowledge. Whenever we visit customers together, we brainstorm about how we can achieve the best result.” And whether the customers are satisfied? They continue to buy the products and order more every time.