Four Two Zero Grow Tent 300x300x200cm

£339.95

The Four Two Zero Grow Tent 300x300x200cm is a medium to large-sized grow tent with an interior finished with 95% reflective dimpled silver Mylar. An ideal tent for use in hydroponic systems.

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Four Two Zero Grow Tent 300x300x200cm.

The Four Two Zero Grow Tent 300x300x200cm is a medium to large-sized grow tent with an interior finished with 95% reflective dimpled silver Mylar. An ideal tent for use in hydroponic systems.

This product has several useful features and qualities, and these include the following:

  • Easy and quick to assemble
  • It has strong steel poles which are powder coated
  • It comes with several conveniently placed intake and exhaust ports
  • Uses 95% reflective dimpled Mylar
  • Suitable for 6 x 600W or 4 x 1000W grow lights
  • Enough space to grow between 18 and 24 plants

How Does it Work?

The Four Two Zero Tent comes with solid support poles and good, thick fabric for the outer material. A completely self-contained unit, sealed from the outside environment for greater control inside. It could be temperature, lighting, humidity, artificial breezes or anything else you might want to set up to enhance the wellbeing of your plants and nourish them to encourage them to a full yield at harvest.

This tent has several suspension brackets for hanging equipment from the tent’s ceiling, such as lights and anything else to keep your hydroponic system efficient and productive.

Anyone who wants to grow plants all year round will benefit from using one of these robust tents to germinate and propagate cuttings or seedlings and adult plants. Versatile internal arrangements help plants progress through their vegetative stage and into the flowering stage.

How Do I Use The Four Two Zero Grow Tent?

The Four Two Zero Grow Tent is straightforward to set up. When you get it home, you should move the box into the room it will be set up in, as doing this will save you quite a bit of time later. The first step is removing the poles and Mylar from the packaging to allow easy access to all the parts you need and make the whole assembly task easier.

Follow the instructions supplied, and each stage will naturally follow the last one. Insert the poles labelled ‘A’ into the steel corners, making sure that the corners have their rubber feet facing downwards. Then take it from there.

Eventually, you’ll be slotting the poles into place, which will form the vertical members of the tent. The illustrated instructions will show you how to do all of this in the correct order. Your final task will be to put the hanging brackets onto the poles in the ceiling.

Pro Tip: Do not put the frame too near a wall, as this may slow down your progress when wrapping the silver Mylar around the tent’s structure.

How to Install Your Grow Tent’s Silver Mylar

Now that you’ve assembled the grow tent frame, you’ll need to install the silver Mylar. First, locate the ceiling section of the silver Mylar and put this over the tent’s frame. Then slide the silver Mylar floor beneath. You should make sure that the frame is well supported so that it won’t fall over. When the ceiling and floor sections are safely in place, you should wrap the remaining silver Mylar securely around the frame. It’s a good idea to zip the cover into place while you do this.

Finally, secure the silver Mylar floor by using the attached Velcro straps. Then you can reposition any or all of the hanging brackets to a location within the grow tent that best suits the growing arrangements you intend to make.

Which Size Fan and Filter Should I Use For My Grow Tent?

There’s quite a quick and cheerful way to calculate the size of the extraction fan you need for your grow tent. Firstly you find out the volume in cubic metres of the growing space with Width x Length x Height = Volume. Multiply the Volume x 60 = Air Movement Per Hour (to refresh the air in your grow tent).

If you’re using a filter (and you should), then the amount of air you need to move is calculated by multiplying the Air Movement Per Hour x 1.2. That is the amount of air that your fan will need to move, so this is the number that you should match with the fan you get for your grow tent.

It’s far better to over-spec the fan you decide to buy and then lower its output by using a fan controller. A more powerful fan will give you the adaptability to enhance its output to maintain optimal conditions for your plants.

How Can I Buy The Four Two Zero Grow Tent 300x300x200cm?

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