The adjust-A-Wings double-parabolic reflector was invented by lighting specialist and plant guru, Mr. Paul Cronk BSc, in Australia in 1995. Back then, indoor gardening was still in its infancy and the reflectors available at the time were inefficient, angular and crude. Paul’s major brainwave was the ‘double-parabolic’ shape which both dissipates heat from the lamp and produces a beautiful, mathematically uniform light distribution over the plant canopy.
Built for the Job
Right from their inception, Adjust-A-Wings were designed and built with one task in mind: to provide the best quality, most uniform, canopy-penetrating and plant-friendly light for grow rooms and climate rooms. Unlike some ‘deep-dish’ lighting fixtures which were born in the greenhouse world to supplement sunlight during winter, Adjust-a-Wings are specialty horticultural lighting solutions where they are the sole light source.
Ideal for Heat Sensitive Plants
Generating large amounts of plant-usable photons doesn’t come without significant amounts of associated heat. It doesn’t really matter what style of lighting technology you choose, (DE-HPS, HPS, DE-MH, MH, DE-CMH, LED, LEC, LEP, T5 etc) indoor growers ‘ especially those growing heat-sensitive species”’need to understand how to mitigate the negative effects of excess heat.