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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Season’s Greetings from AmeriLux

“A Special Holiday Message from Our CEO” Friends, The days between Thanksgiving and New Years are some of my favorites. The holiday season provides a great opportunity for reflection while planning for the year to come. At AmeriLux, we took … Continue reading

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AmeriLux International: Holiday Schedule

Christmas Holiday: AmeriLux will be closed Thursday, December 24th and Friday, December 25th. We will return to our normal business hours on Monday, December 28th. New Year’s Holiday: AmeriLux will be closed Thursday, December 31st and Friday, January 1st. We will return to our normal … Continue reading

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Glossary of Terms | DRIPGARD

DRIPGARD is a proprietary hydrophilic coating available on SABIC’S LEXAN™ THERMOCLEAR™ sheet products. The DRIPGARD coating on the inner surface of the LEXAN™ sheet reduces the formation of condensation droplets, improving greenhouse production by preventing crop spoilage and loss of … Continue reading

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New State-of-the-Art Hydroponic Greenhouse

“Providing Job Training for Veterans” Riverview Gardens (RVG) is a non-profit organization located on a former country club golf course in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin. An innovative, self-sustaining, social enterprise, RVG provides job training for people in need via its urban … Continue reading

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AmeriLux Ladies Holiday Get Together

AmeriLux Ladies Holiday Get Together | Ogan Restaurant, De Pere, WI. A fun evening filled with great food, wine, and lots of laughter. Thanks Kurt (pictured in the photo) for stopping in and having a drink with us!  

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FAQ: Why is an anti-condensate feature important to greenhouses?

Q: Why is an anti-condensate feature important when choosing a greenhouse covering? A: Condensation on the inner surface of a greenhouse covering reduces light transmission and increases the risk of disease. An anti-drip or anti-condensate coating reduces surface tension, encouraging … Continue reading

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