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VIVOSUN Grow Tent With 6" inch Inline Fan Carbon Filter Air Ducting Kit For Sale


VIVOSUN Grow Tent With 6



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VIVOSUN Grow Tent With 6" inch Inline Fan Carbon Filter Air Ducting Kit:
$179.99

Here is a quick guide to sizing your tent with how many plants you can grow:
  • 2' x 2' Grow Tent - Great for mother plants (1-2 plants)
  • 2' x 4' Grow Tent - Fits in most closets (2-4 plants)
  • 3' x 3' Grow Tent - Ideal for people with a limited work area (2-4 plants)
  • 4' x 4' Grow Tent - Perfect for the footprint of a 1000w HID or LED grow light (4-6 plants)
  • 5' x 5' and 4’ x 8’ Grow Tents - Our most popular tent sizes (4-10 plants)
  • 5’ x 9’ and 8' x 8' Grow Tent - Great for a spare bedroom, expect large harvests (9-16 plants)
  • 10' x 10' Grow Tent - Another perfect size for a spare bedroom or in the garage. (12-18 plants)
  • 8’ x 16’ and Larger Grow Tents - Requires large space and power amperage for lights (16-32 plants)
Sizing your ventilation system
To calculate the CFM you need to properly ventilate your grow space, use the following formula: (Grow Space Width X Length X Height) / 5 = Recommended CFM.(Once you have determined the necessary CFM for your space, you can decide on your ventilation setup.)
5 steps to setting up your ventilation system
  • Step 1. Attach your inline fan to one of the extra ceiling bars that your grow tent most likely came with — adjustable rope clip handles work great as you fan will hang only a few inches from the ceiling.
  • Step 2. Either slide the inline fan over to fit into an exhaust hole or even easier connect your inline fan to the ducting which can be run through and out an exhaust hole.
  • Step 3. Hang your carbon scrubber — it most likely will come with ropes for hanging.
  • Step 4. Attach the carbon scrubber to the inline fan so that the fan is pulling air through the scrubber — you can use ducting or simply connect them if they are the same size.
  • Step 5. Confirm your components are the in proper order: Outside air is passively pulled in through the bottom intake ports up into the filter (passing air through the lights), which then moves the air through the inline fan and out the exhaust holes.

On Dec-20-21 at 23:57:06 PST, seller added the following information:


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