Stolze and AIS Greenworks are are both family-owned businesses with decades of experience in greenhouse automation, heating, cooling, lighting, irrigation, fertigation, growing systems and high-pressure fog. On June 4th, 2019 we formalised our strategic partnership for their future ahead in the Australasian region. Read more here
Our Australian owned parent company ICI Industries Pty Ltd – ‘Pointing water in the right direction‘ – have established the strong foundations with our sister divisions and we work together seamlessly. This coupled with a great supply chain and loyal customer base gives us strong roots, in all types of water engineering, that are well implanted in our market.
Stainless steel fabrication and construction, particularly within the water transfer industry.
Lining for dams, channels, ponds, effluent traps and tanks
Control automation and switchboard construction
Our online retailer, convenience at a click.
Cooling and humidifcation
Treatment for Algae, Bacteria and Diseases
Nutrient Water Analyser
Low Pressure Water Filter
Sprayers, Carts and Robots
Scissor Lifts and Spray Machines
Sulphur Burners for Mildew Control
Homogeneous Air Distribution
Your crop, climate, location and market is unique
Your idea: Our Solutions.
AIS Greenworks provide service and design tailored to your needs and budget.
Our fundamental aim is to ensure complete customer satisfaction. We have a wide range in stock, and together with our manufacturing capability, we are ready to meet your needs. Request a quote and keep ahead of the rest. Phone 1300 763 141 firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent Completed Projects
Goran and Wei (L-R) Western Sydney University (Hawkesbury Campus) – National Vegetable Protected Cropping Research Centre
Based on years of experience in irrigation, Stolze developed a custom made AIS Greenworks irrigation unit, for a tomato grower in Queensland, Australia. This unit [...]
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