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Kessil

Providing Lights for Hydroponics and More
About Kessil

Kessil began with a physicist, computer scientist, and plant biologist with interest and experience in indoor farming, Lithium lighting, and photonics who decided to put their talents together with DiCon Fiberoptics, Inc. The trio of founders realized the potential benefits of LED lighting for growing plants and DiCon’s management team agreed, so Kessil began.

Kessil is a business division of DiCon Fiberoptics, Inc., taking on the parent company’s years of experience and understanding of light. Kessil’s team included plant biologists, illumination engineers, and product designers, all working toward creating a unique plant light that delivers results.

The plant lights from Kessil use the company’s own internal LED capacity for special wavelengths. The company is also well-positioned for quick innovation.

Kessil divides its products into saltwater, freshwater, and horticulture, and accessories. The H1200 Tuna Flora LED Grow Light is particularly impressive with its superior illumination, four efficient spectrums to enhance photosynthetic efficiency, an adjustable design that works with all growth phases, a heat management system for efficiency, and a dense matrix LED for better quality and quantity of light over the competition. It also works with external controls so you can easily daisy-chain lights and there is a manual mode. The H380 Spectral Halo II has two full-spectrum UV blends, making it ideal for bloom and grow phases or growing macroalgae.

There are also several other grow lights from Kessil, including those for specific plant growth stages or the ability to adjust to work in several stages.

1689 Regatta Blvd
Richmond, CA
94804
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