With a cultivation plant in the Northeast, Surna has contracted for the third time in a row. The most recent deal comprises HVACD equipment for cannabis processing rooms as well as flower, veg, mother, clone, and dry/cure rooms. EnviroProTM air handlers, IsoStream® fan coils, dry coolers, chillers, and airflow equipment are all provided by Surna.
Surna Cultivation Technologies (a subsidiary of CEA Industries NASDAQ: CEAD), announced a signed deal for a northeast cultivation facility. The contract includes a full suite of HVACD Equipment with Air Handlers, Fan Coils, Chillers, and Dehumidifiers, worth a total of USD 1.7M.
According to Jon Kozlowski, Vice President of Sales at Surna, “We are happy to announce a signed deal with a big growing facility in Massachusetts for $1.7 million.” For this 36,000 square feet of cultivation and processing area earlier this year, the company provided mechanical engineering services. This was followed by a benching contract.
The initial contract contained professional engineer (PE) stamped drawings and included mechanical engineering design services. The second deal, which was signed earlier this year, was for benching equipment worth $615,000, including installation. This most recent contract includes HVACD equipment for the flower, veg, mother, clone, and dry/cure rooms, as well as cannabis processing rooms including extraction, packaging, production kitchen, and trim room spaces. As part of the HVACD equipment order, Surna is providing its EnviroPro™ air handlers, IsoStream® fan coils, Surna by Anden dehumidifiers and humidifiers, dry coolers, chillers, and airflow equipment.
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