Growsun 4 inch Indoor Grow Exhaust Kit Duct Fan Carbon Filter Combo With 25-Feet Ducting and 2 Clamps
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- 116 CFM Air Flow Inline Duct Fan,Run the Ambient Temperature Range: -20°C~60°C
- Dimensions: 11.8" x 7.8" x 7.5" / Duct Size: 4" ,Design with Built-in Adjustable Two Speed Motor
- 4 by 10-Inch Carbon Filter,Thickness of 1.5 Inches Activated Virgen Carbon, Removes 99.5% Of Volatiles From The Air
- 2 inch Width,30 Yards Long, Environmental Water Glue Sticks Well to Metal
- Dia 4 inch by Length 25 Feet Air Ducting with a Pair of Durable Clamps
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Growsun 4 inch inline duct fan combo.
a inline duct fan 4 inch
a carbon filter 4 inch
an air ducting
a duct tape
a pair of metal hoop
Growsun duct fan for growing tent.
4" Fan Specifications:
0.26A 30W 2200r/min 198m³/h(116 CFM) 156Pa
0.24A 28W 1850r/min 165m³/h(97 CFM) 131Pa
keeps air cool and moving in your indoor gardening environment
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All metal frame, including corners. Two ceiling braces for lights/fans. Nice, thick, diamond pattern reflective mylar with matching floor tray. Several vents for this size plus a viewing window. Good zippers, they roll smoothly and don't leak light. No pinholes in the tent. Took about 5-10 minutes to put together frame and another 10 to wrestle the tent on. It would be helpful to have 2 people for putting on the tent.
All that I can say for sure is that it has exceeded my expectations. I've read the reviewers whining about pinhole sized light coming through, but I've read the same BS from EVERY brand's reviews now, including THE most expensive lines. IT HAS STITCHING.. use tape if it's a problem.
Some of the more recognized brands will charge nearly double, in some cases MORE than double. I know that for some, money isn't an issue, but the way I see it is that I got a professional looking tent for about 100 bucks. And after you get all your fix-ins set up in it, you'll be impressed. Good buy, and I looked for weeks. What I found out is that most of them are actually the same, or at least really similar in construction, design, even down to the port sizes, vents, etc... I imagine you would feel just as happy as I did with an Apollo, or an Urban Farmer, or a HydroPlanet, so I'll just say get whatever makes you feel good.
And as for the strength, it's quite strong. I'm sure the 60 x 60 is strong too, but I bet this one can hold slightly more hanging weight in the end.
My wife is even impressed.
After a few months the fan is slowing down, its not pushing the same volume of air it used to so lowering rating to 3 stars, will be seeing if they have a warranty and will update review with the results.