Green Box Acoustic MDF Box Fan
The Green Box Acoustic MDF Box Fan is very popular among hydroponic growers, especially those with larger sized hydroponic grow areas.
They push unbelievable quantities of air efficiently and quietly and are made in the UK using only precision-engineered equipment, including the renowned Torin Sifan electric motor.
The Acoustic MDF Box Fan has several features, and they include:
- They shift between 1500 to 4250 cubic metres of air hourly, noiselessly and effortlessly
- Swaps reduced carbon dioxide whilst removing accumulated heat and moisture
- It has a hard-wired 5-metre electrical cable – easy to position in the right spot without an extension
- Employs a robust, reliable Torin Sifan motor, which is created and built in the UK
- Relied upon by plenty of growers operating in larger spaces
- Offers moisture-resistant MDF panels
These box fans pair well with SMSCom Hybrid Pro Fan Speed Controllers, which deliver silent fan speed control without buzzing or humming noises.
How To Decide On Which Model of Fan
Please Note: The model you choose depends on the air volume you need to remove from your growing area. This number is the Cubic Feet per Minute rating (CFM), sometimes referred to as the ‘rated air flow’, measured in cubic metres per hour.
Check out our article, “How to Best Filter your Hydroponic Grow Room“, for more information.
How the Acoustic MDF Box Fan Works
The Acoustic MDF Box Fan is widely used to push air to and from your grow space, removing excess heat and moisture and replacing carbon dioxide when it becomes depleted.
The large extractor fans also tend to be used with carbon filters to eliminate unwanted smells. The air is pulled through layers of charcoal and purified to remove unwanted odours before it arrives at the exit location.
Duct fans are a significant part of any productive growing installation, so it’s worth paying for top-quality products to bring the best returns.
These fan products are cost-efficient and reputable, utilising the renowned Torin Sifan electric motor developed and manufactured in the UK. They push a large quantity of air, and they’re also extremely quiet, as acoustic duct fans always need to be.
How to Use?
Install the Acoustic MDF Box Fan near the top of your growing space to extract warm air that travels upward. It is best to use Phonic Trap or Acoustic ducting lined with insulating material, which will lower the amounts of sound made by air as it moves around ridges and bends, producing friction.
Ducting should be connected to the duct fan’s vents using duct clips to ensure that the join is safe. These clips will prevent your ducting from coming loose, any unwanted odours escaping, and temperature and moisture levels rising. For the same reason, it’s advisable to connect the fan’s intake port to the carbon filter using a fast clamp.
Use these duct fans with coil-type fan speed controllers rather than solely electronic models that generate acoustic oscillation, resulting in humming and buzzing disturbances.
Try keeping ducting runs as short as possible since every metre of ducting lowers your fan’s airflow capacity. The more ducting you have attached, the smaller the airflow. Keep in mind that a carbon filter will always reduce the airflow that your fan can accomplish by about 25% just on its own.
Where Can I Buy a Green Box Acoustic MDF Box Fan?
You can easily buy the Green Box Acoustic MDF Box Fan from our online shop.