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Moderating the interior environment is a Liquid Thermal Mass system, using a water based Soap Solution reservoir, which may be thermally linked to a larger water thermal mass within the building and/or external to the building. The Soap Solution is pumped into the roof and wall Cavity Space of the Building Envelope. There, the Soap Solution is distributed as a Liquid Film that flows over the Inner Cover of the Building Envelope where it absorbs solar energy gain from within the structure. Conventional greenhouses use ventilation in an attempt to control temperature and humidity while providing a protected environment, but standard practices are not effective.
The Liquid Solar Tech is low-energy cooling because the process works effectively with the powerful capacity of plants for cooling their environment, a phytomechanism called transpiration. The Liquid Cooling of the Inner Cover to the "dew point temperature" actively controls the internal building environment, both cooling and dehumidifying so as to prevent overheating during the mid day hours. During winter days, this process, also referred to a Liquid Cooling, will capture Solar Thermal Energy? and remove this energy to storage in the Liquid Thermal Mass. The radiant energy of the visible spectrum is Photosynthetic Active Radiation, called PAR Energy? is converted by plants and algae to Bio Mass?, therefore photosynthesis and transpiration together utilize substantially all of the sunlight energy transmitted through the transparent Sola Roof.