Electro technical engineering is the foundation of efficient functioning of installations and systems. The electrical installation in a greenhouse is the beating heart of a company. Our innovations and expertise in this specific field ensure operational reliability, durability, safety and mobility.
With the engineering and production capacity of our panel construction department, we can supply all the required switch and control panels for the horticultural sector in our Dekra certified workshop. Because we develop, build and install control panels in a wide range of companies, we are able to implement the experience from other disciplines within the entire group of Hotraco companies and projects realized, in future designs.Check other Hotraco companies
As in fact all equipment, also electricity distribution and control devices require periodic inspection and maintenance. During a visual inspection we thoroughly inspect the circuit breaker and check all connections, switches and wiring. Please contact one of our account managers to schedule an appointment if you want to entrust the beating heart of your company to a reliable and experienced partner.Download brochure
By applying modern engineering and production resources, we deliver both standard and project-based panel building solutions. Designing and building switching- and distribution devices up to 5,000 Amps. Our years of experience guarantee quality and functionality. All our switching distribution devices are extensively tested before they leave our company and of course provided with an inspection report.
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Hotraco Horti has initiated an academic study at this facility to investigate the effects of our systems on different parameters of rose cultivation.
Colombian agricultural research corporation trusts Orion-GC's capability to create optimal growing conditions.
Scherzer & Boss Fruchtgemüse GmbH grows tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers on a total surface area of nine hectares. Their vegetables are grown under glass in a completely closed cultivation system.