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Author: ebmpapst   Date Posted: 5 June 2018  

What’s so special about an EC fan? EC fans are generally recognised as being the latest thing in energy efficient air movement technology, but what is an EC fan and what makes it so special? Although ebm-papst, the market leader in EC technology, is a German company, EC has nothing to do with the European Community! In this case, EC stands for Electronically ...


Author: By Hydrofarm’s Kelley Ryan   Date Posted: 9 October 2017  

When setting up an indoor garden, air circulation and exhaust are just as important to your overall plant’s health as water and light. A successful gardener can use airflow to control temperature and humidity, which will help prevent disease and eliminate hot spots. So…what’s the best way to set up your exhaust? Keep in mind that hot air rises, so the best place to set up your outgoing air is at the top of your room, and intake should be closer to th ...


Author: Bluelab  

Measuring the temperature of a solution Control your nutrient solution temperature and prevent big swings. Temperature affects plant growth, flowering, seed production and pollination. If it’s too cold, seeds won’t germinate, cuttings won’t root, flowers won’t produce pollen. Your plants will grow slowly or stop growing altogether. Too hot, your seeds won’t germinate and cuttings won’t root. Plants can die from oxygen deficiency, or succumb to pathogens that like higher temperatures. Most plants prefer a root zone temperature of 18 ...


Author: URBANGARDENMAGAZINE.COM  

We asked two experienced growers (Dan from Oregon and Fred from The Netherlands) to face off with their different opinions on how to calculate your fan requirements. Whose method do you think is the best? Dan's Method - Calculating By Room Volume You will find many calculations on the web for sizing a fan for venti ...


EXPERIENCE THE PHRESH DIFFERENCE. Phresh® Filters are state of the art carbon filters that scour the air to make it clean of dust, foreign particulates, organic compounds and odors. Competitively priced, Phresh® Carbon Filters are half the weight, last twice as long and have the largest selection of sizes to choose from. Phresh® Filters rely on the unique properties of RC-48 Australian activated carbon. They are used in research labs, plant breeding, tissue culture, indoor gardening, backyard & commercial greenhouses for their total airstream filtration char ...


CAN FILTERS — WHEN CLEAN AIR IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL Industry Leaders in Innovative Air Ventilation Systems With three decades experience in revolutionary packed bed activated carbon filters, Can Filters offers the complete package for your air ventilation needs with filters, fans, and accessories. For times when you need as close to 100% uncontaminated air as possible, rely on Can Filters. We’re the Best: Find Out Why Dive in and learn mo ...


Proper odor control can be a very important part of any indoor garden. There are a few major methods that growers use to manage the odor produced by their garden. Depending on the type of plants you grow, you may not want the odors produced to escape your grow room. For example, lemon sage and castor beans are very fragrant. We hope this guide will help you select the correct odor management system for your grow room. Carbon Filters There are many methods available for controlling odor, the most popular of which is a carbon filter. A c ...


Author: phresh filters  

Phresh Filters and Pressure Drop Carbon filters cause a pressure drop across the fan. An unrestricted fan working on full power will give the manufacturer’s specified air flow but when a carbon filter is connected to the fan it will reduce the air flow. Phresh Filters have the lowest air flow drop across any fan due to the carbon quality and superior design. The triple activated carbon RC4/ ...