Protected lounges are arch-shaped ceilings so that plants receive maximum light. The lounges are equipped with a cooling and heating system, and the roof is covered with fiberglass.
Lounges list the sides and shape of the roof in the form of an arch. As a result, plants get maximum light: sunlight dissipates above the roof surface. It is therefore the most preferred alternative to global warming for those crops that need a lot of sunlight, and the lounges are equipped with a cooling and heating system.
The lounges are covered with a fiberglass cover that features many specifications including:
- Light transmittance 80–92%.
- Cold resistant.
- Resistant to temperatures from 40 degrees to 140 degrees.
- Homogeneity in fish.
- Less UV transmittance.
- Accuracy in ripple scales.
- Specific density 1.4 g / cm 2 .