Climate Control

In day today life we observed that due to pollution, rising of temperature in environment is major problem now a days. Due to these the concentration of CO2 also get change which effectively influence the productivity of various agricultural crops, Innovative approaches for conducting long-term experiment on plant have been developed to investigate the growth and yield response of different plants to predicted elevated level of CO2. Accuracy of result depends on the system adapted and its maintenance of the desired level of CO2 with natural conditions for other parameters. For that fully automated system is developed, therefore this system help to Agricultural Research Scientist to do their research work by knowing what would be the plant condition after 25yr/50yr. 

MORESON has entered to provide solutions to the agriculture scientist who research in agriculture field with the latest technology of automation so that he can monitor and control all the climate parameters at his place.

Recently, there are some new systems for which we can provide customized solutions:

  • Open Top Chamber (OTC)
  • Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE)
  • Free Air Temperature Enrichment (FATE)
  • Temperature Gradient Tunnel (TGT)
  • Automatic Rain-out shelter with controlled environment

The control parameter are totally based on requirement of Scientist, usually parameter to be monitor are Humidity, Temperature, CO2, Intensity of light, Moisture, Wind speed, Wind direction etc. and Controlling of Temperature, CO2, Humidity etc. Whole system is Automatically monitored and controlled wired / wirelessly through Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and different Hardware Supporting controller like Data Logger / Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).

Open top chambers are widely used to study the effects of elevated CO2 and other atmospheric gases on vegetation. They are plastic enclosures, with an open top, constructed of an aluminium frame covered by panels of polyvinyl chloride plastic film. Air is pulled into the bottom of the chamber, enriched with CO2, and then blown through the open top of the chamber. They are relatively inexpensive to construct and maintain, however, they are not appropriate for the study of large vegetation