Being proactive and seeking out new growing knowledge and technologies is far better than passively investing your time and effort into aging infrastructure.
For ambitious growers who develop their skills and seek to upgrade their current installations, Baltic Freya offers seamless aeroponic conversion designed to fit your existing infrastructure and operating procedures.
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Testing new technologies does not need to be a costly or time-consuming process. Whether you are looking to implement a small-scale biological experiment or planning to retrofit your entire installation, Baltic Freya offers highly flexible options for operations of any size.
We designed a process demonstrate technological compatibility, operational feasibility and positive ROI before any significant infrastructure investment:
Your existing infrastructure - including growbox architecture and irrigation peripherals - are reviewed by our engineers. Our team evaluates the compatibility of Baltic Freya e-Nozzles within your system.
What you get: retrofit options, the type and amount of nozzles needed, retrofit cost estimation, and potential labour, water, energy & fertilizer savings
A grow-test is run to evaluate crop and system operational performance. The test can take place in our dedicated climate chamber recreating Client’s conditions, or can be performed by the Client on their site. Grow tests are designed to test biomass and units-produced business models.
What you get: evaluation of plant performance including yield and other biometric or biochemical parameter as required, ROI estimation based on yield gains and retrofit cost estimation; acquisition options.
Your feedback and operational observations will determine if any further modifications are required. Baltic Freya will work with you to build-in Contingency Management protocols and adjust Operating Software to run with your infrastructure.
What you get: an upgraded operation and improved bottom line, Warranty*, support, remote upgrades/maintenance.
Warranty applies to all Commercial customers, and depends on the customization and installation parameters.
Because aeroponic irrigation is done in intervals and does not require root submersion, water usage can be reduced by 50-300% depending on your existing platform. Well-timed spray intervals ensure enough solution coverage reaches the roots, and the wait time between spray periods increase root oxygenation, which results in increased metabolism, faster growth and higher yields.
Baltic Freya’s patent-pending aeroponic technology has eliminated clogging thereby removing the main barrier of adoption. You will easily increase their yields, reduce water consumption and eliminate a large part of the operational complexity.
For the first time ever, growers can adjust aerosol droplet diameter with ease – simply tweak the settings in the operating system. Baltic Freya nozzles support droplet diameters between 10µm and 50µm, which, in combination with different intervals, supports a nearly infinite number of irrigation strategies,
Stop wasting time on plumbing and parts management. Baltic Freya’s aeroponic conversion is a simple four-step process that does not require high pressure pumps, solenoids, filters or reverse osmosis water. Simply insert the nozzles, connect the Electronic Management System, configure the irrigation plan and connect the low-pressure pumps.
Once deployed, regular operating upkeep of Baltic Freya aeroponic nozzles is not required. Nozzles are self-scanning and self-cleaning, which is done by a built-in artificial intelligence. Furthermore, because each nozzle is a connected device, you will be immediately informed in case of any operating issues.
At 30 L/hour (7.9 GPH), one nozzle requires merely 42 Watts. Your power requirements will depend on your crop intervals. For example, some of Baltic Freya’s growers grow lettuce at the interval of 1:11 (30 seconds of spray, 5.5 mins of wait time) have been able to irrigate 1m2 (10 sq. ft) of lettuce (30 heads) at 5.5Watts / hour, including the nozzle and pump.
Baltic Freya nozzles can have pre-configured contingency protocols – for example, if the nozzle firmware senses a power grid failure, it will switch to EMERGENCY MODE running on backup power and will further reduce power usage by spacing out intervals suitable to your crops survival in prolonged darkness periods.
Baltic Freya has capacity to serve a limited number of partners and will evaluate each application individually on a rolling basis. Feasibility studies will start as of October 2022, with initial Grow Test deployments rolling out in Q1 2023.
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