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Nanolux – CMH 1000

R9,999.00

Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) – Future of Grow Lights

We are proud to bring you another first for South Africa – Ceramic Metal Halide CMH Grow Lights, the future of HID.

If you want to keep your edge you will need to stay up to date with the latest lighting technology. Out with the old and in with the new!

CMH metal halide grow lights are made with an arc tube constructed of a ceramic composite instead of quartz or PCA. This allows the tube to reach higher temperatures. To achieve the lower operating temperature in HID lamps made with quartz or PCA, a combination of gases must be used that don’t necessarily produce the optimal light spectrum for photosynthesis.

Nanolux – CMH 315

R6,499.00

Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) – Future of Grow Lights

We are proud to bring you another first for South Africa – Ceramic Metal Halide CMH Grow Lights, the future of HID.

If you want to keep your edge you will need to stay up to date with the latest lighting technology. Out with the old and in with the new!

CMH metal halide grow lights are made with an arc tube constructed of a ceramic composite instead of quartz or PCA. This allows the tube to reach higher temperatures. To achieve the lower operating temperature in HID lamps made with quartz or PCA, a combination of gases must be used that don’t necessarily produce the optimal light spectrum for photosynthesis.

Nanolux – CMH 630

R8,999.00

Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) – Future of Grow Lights

We are proud to bring you another first for South Africa – Ceramic Metal Halide CMH Grow Lights, the future of HID.

If you want to keep your edge you will need to stay up to date with the latest lighting technology. Out with the old and in with the new!

CMH metal halide grow lights are made with an arc tube constructed of a ceramic composite instead of quartz or PCA. This allows the tube to reach higher temperatures. To achieve the lower operating temperature in HID lamps made with quartz or PCA, a combination of gases must be used that don’t necessarily produce the optimal light spectrum for photosynthesis.