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Systems in other business areas

Electrotechnical engineering for smooth business operations 

In addition to the greenhouse, a greenhouse horticulture business includes various other business areas: the processing and packaging area, storage and cooling, office, canteen, toilets, changing rooms and the outdoor area. It is important to make sure that the electrotechnical systems in the various areas are connected and easy to control. A well-functioning overall installation enhances business operations. Building automation makes business processes run more smoothly, (dimmable) LED lighting in the business areas contributes to making the business more sustainable, and access systems contribute to pleasant working conditions.  

Stolze understands the logistics of a horticulture business. We understand the importance of effective electrotechnical systems for efficient business operations. We develop and install smart electrotechnical solutions that automate and simplify processes and make them more sustainable. 

Systems in other business areas - projects

Every horticulture business is different. So which electrotechnical system is required? How can electrotechnical engineering contribute to making your horticulture business more sustainable? Stolze supplies customized solutions solutions. Take a look at recently completed projects.

Systems in other business areas - projects

Every horticulture business is different. So which electrotechnical system is required? How can electrotechnical engineering contribute to making your horticulture business more sustainable? Stolze supplies customized solutions solutions. Take a look at recently completed projects.

Processing, packaging, storing, cooling

The working area is the heart of the business. Electrotechnical engineering contributes to the efficiency of processes, stimulates the labour process and helps improve sustainability.  

  • Power systems and connections for your machinery 
  • Cooling systems 
  • Connections for heating 
  • Sound and/or public address system 
  • Ventilation and screen engines
  • Work lighting 
  • Control panels 
  • Wall sockets and switchgear 
  • Cable and wall duct system 

Office, canteen, staff

Proper working conditions are essential in these areas. Working in pleasant conditions motivates your employees. Electrotechnical engineering is necessary for: 

  • Patch cabinet for data and telecommunications network 
  • Access control 
  • Security system 
  • Lighting 
  • Control panels 
  • Cable and wall duct systems 
  • Sound and/or public address system 
  • Wall sockets and switchgear 

Outdoor area

The outdoor area is the extension of a greenhouse horticulture business. Electrotechnical engineering speeds up the logistics, accessibility and safety of your operations.  

  • Lampposts 
  • Wall lighting 
  • Ground spotlights (illuminating the building)
  • LED lighting  

Access systems

An average greenhouse horticulture enterprise employs a large workforce. In addition, suppliers and transporters are coming and going all the time. Access control regulates who can enter, where and when. Stolze installs the most suitable security solution tailored to your needs. 

“A system must be reliable. Premises of a greenhouse are used intensively every day, so you have to be able to rely on the electrical engineering. Proper work preparation is an important foundation.”

Sander van Heijningen

Project engineer