• 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

      Not entirely sure which solution fits your needs best? We’ve collected some resources to help you out.

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      Understanding light

      Understanding light

      How do our paints influence the sunlight?

      FAQ

      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


      Protects plastic film against premature wear

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Choosing the best solution for your needs

Understanding light

PAR Light (photosynthesis)

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.

NIR Light (HEAT)

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.

UV Light (Ultra-Violet)

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 (Diffusion)

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.

Product effect on light transmission comparison

Graph effects grow light

Our paints affect the percentage of light transmission, but also modulate the light spectrum to offer the most appropriate response to different needs.

Crop protection paints

Temporary paints

Removable paints

Shading

Reduce light transmission

Eclipse F2
Eclipse F4
Eclipse F6
Eclipse LD
Eclipse LD2
Transpar

Diffusion

Diffuse light with minimum impact on light transmission

Optifuse
Optifuse IR

Cleaning

Clean removable shading and diffusion paints

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