6 Mil Clear Tufflite Infrared Greenhouse Plastic (TES)

6 Mil Clear Tufflite Infrared Greenhouse Plastic (TES)

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Tufflite Infrared is a four-year greenhouse covering with UV protection and an anti-drip additive that reduces condensation build-up, plus an additive that disperses light and helps delay the exit of heat from the greenhouse.

6 Mil Clear Tufflite Infrared is a workhorse greenhouse plastic. It is inexpensive because it is non-woven and 6 mil which is fairly thin. Infrared and anti-condensate additives are considered an industry standard and are too good to pass up by cultivators who've experienced the difference.

How good is "infrared"? Tufflite Infrared has an "infrared" additive that reduces heat loss at night. When compared to conventional greenhouse plastic, a savings of up to 35% can be achieved under clear sky conditions on a cold night. The increased cost over standard plastic is nominal when compared to savings in propane or natural gas. 

Anti-condensate additives prevent droplet build-up on your plastic. Without AC droplets form more dramatically and have a number of undesirable effects. First, they reduce light transmission. Next, they provide an ideal environment for microorganisms to take hold after which the droplets grow heavy enough to rain down on your plants spreading disease. These additives are incredibly useful for keeping your greenhouse healthy and productive.

What kind of plastic do you use to make a greenhouse? 6 Mil Tufflite Infrared greenhouse plastic is our most popular choice. If your greenhouse location experiences strong sunlight you may want to consider Tufflite InfraRed. If your greenhouse experiences snowfall you may want to consider a thicker type of plastic. If you are only going to keep your greenhouse plastic on for one year, Tufflite Nursery Clear may be a more economical option. There are many options available and our friendly staff can help you with recommendations. 

Specifications

  • Tufflite Infrared poly is UV stabilized which delays damage to the light transmission rating for 4 years.
  • Anti-Condensate coating protects your crop from the spread of disease associated with dripping.
  • Infrared additives help trap heat at night which reduces energy costs and extends your growing season.
  • Anti-dust additive is designed to help prevent dust from sticking to your plastic reducing light transmission loss.
  • Light dispersion additives help disperse light reducing the impact of light/dark spots.

Benefits and Features

  • Reduces pest problems and disease
  • Helps manage harsh weather conditions
  • Additives reduce costs and improve yields
  • Extended growing season improves profitability
  • Protects crops from rain and strong winds
  • May reduce delays in harvest due to rainfall
  • May minimize the use of pesticide and fungicide applications
  • Easily assembled and affordable

Tufflite Infrared is a four-year greenhouse covering with UV protection and an anti-drip additive that reduces condensation build-up, plus an additive that disperses light and helps delay the exit of heat from the greenhouse.

6 Mil Clear Tufflite Infrared is a workhorse greenhouse plastic. It is inexpensive because it is non-woven and 6 mil which is fairly thin. Infrared and anti-condensate additives are considered an industry standard and are too good to pass up by cultivators who've experienced the difference.

How good is "infrared"? Tufflite Infrared has an "infrared" additive that reduces heat loss at night. When compared to conventional greenhouse plastic, a savings of up to 35% can be achieved under clear sky conditions on a cold night. The increased cost over standard plastic is nominal when compared to savings in propane or natural gas. 

Anti-condensate additives prevent droplet build-up on your plastic. Without AC droplets form more dramatically and have a number of undesirable effects. First, they reduce light transmission. Next, they provide an ideal environment for microorganisms to take hold after which the droplets grow heavy enough to rain down on your plants spreading disease. These additives are incredibly useful for keeping your greenhouse healthy and productive.

What kind of plastic do you use to make a greenhouse? 6 Mil Tufflite Infrared greenhouse plastic is our most popular choice. If your greenhouse location experiences strong sunlight you may want to consider Tufflite InfraRed. If your greenhouse experiences snowfall you may want to consider a thicker type of plastic. If you are only going to keep your greenhouse plastic on for one year, Tufflite Nursery Clear may be a more economical option. There are many options available and our friendly staff can help you with recommendations. 

Specifications

  • Tufflite Infrared poly is UV stabilized which delays damage to the light transmission rating for 4 years.
  • Anti-Condensate coating protects your crop from the spread of disease associated with dripping.
  • Infrared additives help trap heat at night which reduces energy costs and extends your growing season.
  • Anti-dust additive is designed to help prevent dust from sticking to your plastic reducing light transmission loss.
  • Light dispersion additives help disperse light reducing the impact of light/dark spots.

Benefits and Features

  • Reduces pest problems and disease
  • Helps manage harsh weather conditions
  • Additives reduce costs and improve yields
  • Extended growing season improves profitability
  • Protects crops from rain and strong winds
  • May reduce delays in harvest due to rainfall
  • May minimize the use of pesticide and fungicide applications
  • Easily assembled and affordable