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Did you know – May 2018 – SUNMASTER has been global for 20 years

Did you know – May 2018 – SUNMASTER has been global for 20 years DID YOU KNOW? Did you know that SUNMASTER has been global for 20 years? Elon Musk stated that “Great companies are built on great products”. By launching a strong core of innovative lighting products in the […]

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Did you know March 2018 Sunmaster continues to engineer HID

Did you know that Sunmaster continues to support and engineer new HID lamps/systems? Founded in 1983, SUNMASTER’s parent company was solely focused on the development and marketing of HID lamps and systems. With today’s lighting industry rapidly migrating to LED, SUNMASTER continues to receive strong support from its network of […]

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Did you know February 2018 Sunmaster is investing in LED fixture development

Did you know that Sunmaster is investing in LED fixture development? Sunmaster’s sister companies, based in southern India, are working hard to develop and produce LED fixtures specifically designed for plant growth. Development efforts are focusing on ‘great performance at an affordable cost’. While HID systems including HPS and Ceramic […]

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Did You Know? Sunmaster is researching Far Red – January 2018 The Scoop

Did You Know? Sunmaster is researching Far Red – January 2018 The Scoop Far Red Sunmaster is researching Far Red Did you know that Sunmaster is currently researching the effects of far red on plant growth? While controlling growth medium, light cycle and height, ambient temperature and watering schedule, Sunmaster […]

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Did You Know? Sunmaster is taking matters into its own hands, or trowel – October 2017 The Scoop

Did You Know? Sunmaster is taking matters into its own hands, or trowel Did you know that Sunmaster conducts grow test to further validate empirical data obtained from photometric measurements? Within its lamp engineering facility, Sunmaster is studying the effects of various light sources on vegetative growth (e.g. lettuce) as […]

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