CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter

£249.95

The CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter is ideal for hydroponics growers; this filter is perfect for medium-sized hydroponic grow spaces or grow tents. They are superb products, and they’re built to SystemAir’s high standards, as you’d expect of the makers of the renowned and reliable RVK and Revolution fans.

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CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter

The CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter is ideal for hydroponics growers; this filter is perfect for medium-sized hydroponic grow spaces or grow tents. They are superb products, and they’re built to SystemAir’s high standards, as you’d expect of the makers of the renowned and reliable RVK and Revolution fans.

CarboAir makes use of carbon that is coarser than average and prime quality, and this provides the best possible contact duration, which will get rid of undesirable smells while at the same time retaining excellent airflow rates from your fan.

Airflow levels are worthy of your serious concern, given that they’re a significant component of your growing room arrangement. If enough ‘drag’ develops as a result of the carbon filter, then your extraction process will not work to its full potential, and you are going to shift far less air through your growing area than you’d want to.

The temperature will likely rise and will not replace CO2 values fully. As a result, this will most likely impede the action of photosynthesis and therefore reduce your crop’s healthy development. You should maintain a balanced ecosystem to help your plants achieve a bountiful harvest. That’s why you will need a dependable filter that’s the ideal match for your fan.

The CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter includes a few interesting features, and they include the following:

  • Gets rid of grow room odours without curbing your fans’ potency
  • It pairs beautifully with the 10″ L Vector EC fan
  • Machine washable pre-filter sleeve supplied and pre-fitted
  • Hand-built to an extremely high standard and acknowledged by Systemair
  • Provides outstanding performance levels at rated airflow for no less than 18 months

CarboAir 65s are exceptional matches for fans with greater airflow ratings. Many plant species can create smells that can be truly challenging to control. CarboAir 65s supply a further level of security for your total reassurance.

Why Do I Need a Carbon Filter?

The extractor fan in your grow area removes warm, stale air and excess humidity from your growing space and instead brings fresh air in, managing the climate and replenishing the CO2. Whenever you produce plants with strong, undesirable odours, you will have to filter that air before venting it to an outside location.

Your carbon filter hooks up to your extractor fan. Then the air is sucked via an exterior covering of meshing and then along an enclosed layer of carbon before passing through the removal setup. It then will leave cleansed and without any odours.

How Do I Use the CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter?

Carbon filters should match the duct fan they work with regarding the size of the venting and the airflow rating. If the airflow rate of the duct fan is way too high for the carbon filter, then the air will move through it too fast to become adequately cleaned.

Before usage, you should remove the synthetic wrap from the exterior of the drum, which is pre-fitted on the filter.

Your CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter will need positioning within or as close as possible to your grow space and attached to your extractor duct fan using ducting and duct clips or with a fast clamp that joins the carbon filter and the fan directly together. All joins must be air-tight for the fan and carbon filter to operate effectively.

The outside of the carbon filter mustn’t be covered or blocked since that will likely diminish the filter’s efficiency. Small filters and duct fans are typically installed into grow tents and growing areas by suspending them from bars or the ceiling. They take up far less space that way and take away the warmest air towards the top of the room.

Position large and awkward carbon filters on the floor. Once installed in your growing area, ducting can be run directly from the outlet side of the extractor duct fan to the outside of the grow room.

CarboAir carbon filters fit the extractor fan’s intake side, not the outlet side. In a nutshell, the air has to be drawn through them and never blown out. If the air blows through them, it will make them inadequate and might cause harm to them on the inside. The dust filter around the outside ought to be taken off and cleaned when it becomes dirty to preserve a healthy and balanced airflow.

You should be aware that humidity degrades the efficiency of carbon filters. Humidity is their adversary and renders them inefficient at removing odours, shortening the filter’s lifespan by a substantial amount. For that reason, always keep humidity at a reasonable range (about 40% to 60% or, if possible, less ), and your carbon filter will benefit, and your plants will thrive much better.

Specifications

Size and Max Airflow Rates:

  • 250mm x 750mm: 2650m3/h

How Do I Buy the CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter?

You can easily buy your CarboAir 65 Carbon Filter from our online store.

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