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  • Extractor Fans
    <p>When growing, some of the most important things you need to keep in mind are <strong>climate, temperature and humidity</strong> – these things can either be your best friends or your worst enemies. Temperatures under 20º can allow your plants to produce more resin, and humidity levels of 40% can allow them to grow compact, hard buds – although humidity levels over 60% can cause issues when flowering such as fungi, and <strong>temperatures above 30º grow open buds with hardly any resin</strong>.</p> <p>This is why it’s <strong>important to choose the right exactor fan</strong> depending on your growing style and area. We can’t count the amount of times we’ve seen people use centrifugal fans like an axial extractor fan, but what exactly is the difference? Centrifugal fans are basically auxiliary fans, especially in large grows where the main extractor fan isn’t strong enough to exhaust all of the air – this is when centrifugal fans are used to <strong>support existing axial extractor fans</strong>. Axial fans have enough power to get the job done through a filter, whereas centrifugal fans are only power enough to exhaust a direct airflow.</p> <p><strong>Centrifugal extractor fans</strong> aren’t made to deal with high pressure and they tend to make quite a lot of noise. When growing with any <strong>sort of heat source</strong>, which could simply be a grow light, centrifugal extractors simply don’t cut it. You’ll need to exhaust the air in your grow at least once every two minutes, which is why axial extractor fans are used due to the fact that they’re more powerful.</p> <p><strong>Axial fans</strong> can deal with more air flow than centrifugal fans, allowing them to exhaust the air from your grow room and make up for pressure loss caused by the filter. They’re conical shape generate a <strong>continuous airflow</strong> and they can also generate more pressure than centrifugal fans due to the fact that axial fans’ air intake is inside the machine, creating a sort of tornado effect that can easily exhaust and renew the air in your <strong>grow room or tent.</strong></p> <p><strong>Axial extractor fans</strong> are also quieter than centrifugal fans – the plastic covering lowers the noise by a few decibels, but what really makes the difference is that axial fans have less revs than centrifugal fans, making them <strong>more</strong> <strong>efficient and less noisy.</strong></p> <p>There’s also another type of extractor fan; <a href="">soundproofed extractor fans</a>. These fans tend to come in <strong>wooden boxes with insulation in order to block out the sound</strong> – more expensive models work so silently and efficiently that you’ll have trouble believing that it’s on at all.</p> <p>We believe that <strong>Vents</strong> is one of the most well-rounded ventilation brands, offering both centrifugal and axial fan extractors at extremely affordable prices. <a href=""><strong>RVK</strong> </a>fans are where the difference lies; they’re made out of the best possible materials capable of putting up with plenty of air flow, making as little noise as possible. These <strong>machines are trustworthy and efficient</strong>, exhausting your growing room effectively.</p> <p>There are also brands such as <strong>Dospel</strong>, offering extractors made out of plastic and metal for varying budgets – both are efficient though and highly durable, capable of lasting you for years if taken care of.</p> <p>Only <strong>soundproofed extractor fans</strong> can guarantee silence in your grow room; we have Soundproofed Boxes and Pro Soundproofed Boxes available – when on, you’ll hardly believe that they’re even doing anything. Katrina extractors are extremely powerful too, but that power translates into a whole lot of noise – it’s not discreet but it’s definitely powerful. <strong>Iso Max</strong> extractors are also powerful and they come with inline soundproofed casing that silences the motor and the sound of airflow.</p> <p>Go check out our extractor fan catalogue if you’re looking to find the perfect extractor fan for your grow. Each product has a <strong>description professionally written</strong> by our team so that you know what you’re buying before you buy it!</p>
  • Fans
    <p><strong>Fans</strong> for indoor cannabis growing; create a draft and some air movement in your growing area, making for a balanced temperature as well as moving about pockets of stagnant air that can cause issues. Fans are absolutely necessary if you want to ventilate your grow properly, as well as the fact that they improve plants’ photosynthesis process. The best kinds of fans are oscillating, as the movement imitates a <strong>natural, outdoor environment</strong>.</p> <p>We have plenty of models and sizes for all kinds of <strong>grow tents or greenhouses</strong>; depending on your available space, you’ll need one kind or the other. Fans should never be set at full strength facing the plants, as it can end up burning the leaves. You’re looking to give them a <strong>soft breeze</strong> that’ll simply rustle the leaves. If you need to set it to max speed in order to get rid of pockets of air, make sure that it isn’t near the plants.</p> <p>We have small fans such as <strong>clip-on fans</strong> that can be used for various things in indoor grows. It’s perfect for small areas such as grow tents or clone propagators. If you use low power setups and have small plants, you’ll need a small fan to <strong>blow a light breeze on your plants</strong>. These kinds of cans can also be used to cool down the reflector or light in your grow in cases when it’s getting much <strong>too hot</strong> or if you want to move the bulb closer to your plants.</p> <p>The next step up is the <strong><a href="">oscillating clip-on fan</a>, </strong>one of the best fans for indoor grows. It’s quite potent for such a small fan, and thanks to the fact that it moves about it’ll cover your entire grow tent.<strong> You can easily hang it</strong> from the tent and set it to the fastest speed, simply moving the air up top which in turn helps the rest of the grow. Light breezes tend to make branches much stronger.</p> <p>The most used fans are <strong>stand-alone fans</strong>, which are perfect for indoor growing in grow rooms or for drying rooms. These powerful fans are more than capable of moving air around a <strong>2 600w light</strong> grow, imitating the natural breeze outdoors. Your plants will do much better, with stronger stems and branches – just make sure to not have the fan speed set too high or you could burn your plants.</p> <p>If you grow large plants that can get quite bushy up top, <strong>industrial floor fans</strong> might be the ones for you. You’ll be able to direct the air to wherever you want it to go, easily ventilating your plants’ lower branches. You’ll be able to get rid of any pockets of stagnant, humid air that can sometimes cause plants to rot.</p> <p>If you have a large growing room that is hard to access due to how many plants you have, you should get our <strong><a href="">remote control wall fan</a>. </strong>This fan can be hung from the wall anywhere in the room, and you can simply use the remote to turn it on and off or adjust the speed. It has <strong>three speeds</strong> and a gust mode, as well as being a rotating fan. It’s super easy to install, and it’s super comfortable to use in large grow rooms.</p> <p>The <strong>floor fan and the Multiturbo fan</strong> are perfect for small grow tents or drying rooms. Sometimes plants can grow up tall and shade the lower areas of the grow room, which tends to create a <strong>pocket of humidity</strong> because the air isn’t being recycled at all. With these kinds of fans you should be able to easily ventilate the lower areas of your plants.</p> <p>So, if you’re looking for a <strong>quality fan</strong>, whatever your needs may be, go ahead and have a look at our catalogue. We have <strong>full descriptions of each product</strong> so that you know what you’re buying before you buy it. We also have video descriptions for each product.</p>
  • Humidity and Temperature
    <p>Here you can find<strong> all of the devices and supplies you need to keep temperature and humidity stable</strong> in your grow room. You can find everything <strong>from the most basic heating cables to complex systems such as Opticlimate</strong> that will keep your temperature and humidity levels stable automatically, among other functions.</p> <p>In this section, you can find <strong>humidifiers that increase moisture</strong> in your growing environment, ideal for spaces with growing plants or for rooting cuttings. The simplest humidifiers are <strong>Ultrasonic Humidifiers</strong>. They consist of a ceramic membrane powered by electricity which vibrates and sprinkles microdrops into the air, creating a mist of water that <strong>increases humidity without affecting temperature.</strong></p> <p>This very same ultrasound system is used by <strong>other humidifiers such as <a href="">Cornwall Humidifier</a> or Pure Factory Humidifier,</strong> the only difference being that those ones have <strong>a built-in water storage</strong> and the ultrasound has to be used inside a container such as a water bucket.</p> <p>For <strong>large </strong>growing rooms you will need humidifiers with more than one membrane: <strong>from 5 to 12, to match your needs</strong>. If you also need a device to distribute humidity in specific directions, you will find many advantages in using the <strong>Monzon Humidifier.</strong> Monzon can be connected straight to<strong> a running water supply,</strong> so you will never have to fill it manually, whereas <strong>a fan directs the humidity jet towards where you want.</strong> This is an additional advantage when you compare it with the 12-membrane one. If you need higher humidity levels you can resort to professional humidifiers such as <strong>Cecio, which can expel microdrops of air (up to 6,5l/h)</strong>.</p> <p>Sometimes, what happens is the exact opposite: ambient humidity is too high and you want to lower it. We have <strong>several dehumidifiers to help you absorb water from the air,</strong> lowering the relative humidity within the desired amount. The smaller ones are intended to be used in small grow rooms or tents where moisture needs to be quite low. <strong>The "mini" dehumidifier is ideal for dryers or very small grow tents. On the other hand, </strong>if you have a <strong>large grow room,</strong> you might have use for our <strong>large Cornwall Dehumidifiers.</strong> It's almost the only solution to succeed in lowering humidity in large areas with plants. You can use this model in rooms up to 10 m2, although <strong>if your grow space is even bigger, we suggest you use semi-industrial dehumidifiers,</strong> that will do their job efficiently and can cover <strong>up to 40 m2</strong>.</p> <p>The temperature can also be a bit tricky to control. Too much cold is as bad as heat for an indoor grow; you will have to keep an eye on this parameter. At less than 16°C it is hard for plants to absorb water and soil nutrients, whereas at a temperature higher than 28°C flowers open up to cope with the heat and your plants' buds will end up much less dense. Besides a warm temperature, it is necessary for your plants to absorb CO2 and if it is not available, their leaves will exhibit clear deficiencies (which means the plant cannot breathe properly).</p> <p>If your indoor garden is too cold, there are <strong>several ways of warming it up</strong>: from the <strong>greenhouse heaters to the most powerful 1000-2000W ceramic heaters.</strong> If your intention is to warm up a particular area, such as the roots of your clones, you can use <strong>heating blankets or cables</strong> inside your grow tent.</p> <p>On the other hand, if the temperature in your garden is too hot you can <strong>cool it down with an air conditioning unit.</strong> Unlike other portable air conditioning units, <strong>this one expels cold air through a tube,</strong> so you don't need to place <strong>the device inside the room, preventing odors and heat from leaking.</strong></p> <p><strong>Opticlimate devices are some of the most efficient controllers out there.</strong> They will keep both temperature and humidity under control even when using many lamps. <strong>Usually, it is necessary to use air conditioning units</strong> to lower the temperature and if extractors are used then the cold is taken away, which is a big problem for your plants. With Opticlimate you <strong>will only need one source of water to cool your garden</strong> without having any contact with the outside. It has a dehumidifier that will lower or higher humidity if necessary. Besides, it will increase the temperature before the lights turn on and lower it before they turn off. Your plants will thrive as never before.</p> <p><strong>Water temperature is also important.</strong> If it is too cold or too hot it will contain almost no oxygen and nutrients won't be properly absorbed. Water must be around 22°C-23°C for watering. If it's too cold, you'll have to increase temperature by means of a <strong>water heater</strong>. On the contrary, if water is too hot -as it is usually the case in <strong>hydroponic settings with lamps-, </strong>you can <strong>use a <a href="">water cooler</a></strong> intended for lowering its temperature. Insuring irrigation water is always kept at the right temperature will affect positively the final yield.</p> <p>In short, in this section you can <strong>find everything you need to provide the optimum growing environment to your plants</strong> and obtain the best possible yields. As always, all our products come with a detailed description and mode of employment so you can make the most of them!</p>
  • Soundproofing
    <p><strong>Soundproof supplies</strong> are very important for the ventilation system in our indoor grow op. There are several parts that <strong>will help us in a way or another to eliminate the noise emitted by our vent systems</strong> (extractors or air outlet to the street). These noises, if untreated, might result in problems such as unwanted discoveries. However, they are easy to solve.</p> <p>For <strong>grow tents or spaces where very powerful extractors are not used</strong>, we can employ an <strong>Economical Anti Noise Box.</strong> By putting this box around our extractor, the <strong>noise will be mitigated by the insulation foam</strong> in the box, <strong>leaving the noise "trapped"</strong> inside. This box is made of not-very-thick MD. It works by making the noise bounce inside and preventing it from going outside. If we assemble it and use it properly, it will last a long time.</p> <p>On the contrary, if you use <strong>large dimensions extractors</strong> we highly recommend you not to skimp on expenses and choose <a href="">SoundProof Box Plus</a><span style="text-decoration:underline;">,</span>  a box of <strong>higher quality and thicker walls. This box is more resistant and thicker</strong> than its economical version and comes assembled, ready to use. All you have to do is open a hinged hatch and place the extractor inside. <strong>Its soundproofing power is higher. </strong>However,<strong> in order for SoundProof Box Plus to work</strong> <strong>to its full potential, </strong>it is important to fix the bow so it does not vibrate. This is actually more effective in terms of noise reduction than the box itself. Let's develop this: if you hang the box from the ceiling with ropes or rigid hangers, the vibration will be passed on to the ceiling and it will be very noisy. On the other hand, if you hang it the same way but employing rubber pieces to damp vibrations, the soundproof system will be much more effective.</p> <p><strong>If the problem lies in the noise at the street outlet,</strong> what you need to use is a <strong>Flexible Silencer.</strong> It works similarly to a gun silencer where only the edge is silenced. The fact that <strong>the noise is reduced (silenced) does not mean the noise is null</strong>, but much lower than before.</p> <p>An important fact to consider is that <strong>when you want to soundproof your grow op you need to employ soundproof duct. Indeed, using the appropriate type of duct</strong> <strong>is the key for everything to work out properly.</strong> If you use a soundproof box with regular aluminium duct, the noise will escape through its thin walls, making the use of the soundproof box useless. Despite placing a <a href="">Flexible Silencer</a> at the edge of our duct, if you keep on using regular aluminium duct, the flow of the air running inside will be almost more annoying than the noise at the outlet itself. </p> <p>In our <strong>catalogue you can find all the products to soundproof</strong> your indoor garden along with their <strong>description and mode of employment</strong> so you can make the most of your yield while avoiding nuisances to your neighbors or undesired visits.</p> <p></p>
  • Connectors and...
    <p>Find the perfect type of <strong>ducting and required components in order to create your own ventilation system</strong>, from the most basic aluminium duct to more sturdy ones that <strong>will distribute air</strong> all around your grow room.</p> <p>One of the essential pieces when making your ventilation system is ducting. <strong>The most basic and widely-used one is the aluminum duct.</strong> It allows us to connect the extractor to an outdoor area in order to remove the warm air from your indoor grow. The air flow, similar to a river flow, can be quite noisy.<strong> If you're intracting or extracting a lot of air,</strong> you might find that the passing air through the duct is very noisy and you'll <strong>have to use a <a href="">Tubo Sonoconnect</a></strong><strong> or Soundproof Aluminium Duct.</strong><strong> Soundproof Ducting has a fiber layer around it which insulates it from the outside (providing thermal and noise insulation).</strong> The additional use of Soundproof Boxes can help you to reduce the noise produced by the extractor.</p> <p>In order to set up a ventilation system it's necessary to employ <strong>some parts such as tee connectors to distribute the input of air, couplings</strong> to lengthen the ducts or duct reducers. In our catalogue you will find <strong>all the spare parts you need to achieve an optimal distribution of the air to your plants in all diameters: from 100mm to 315mm.</strong></p> <p>Sometimes, <strong>the simplest parts such as the connectors are the key ones to a properly functioning system.</strong> If different ventilation elements are not properly linked or the joints are not adequately sealed, unfiltered air might get inside your ventilation system. While assembling your ventilation system it is paramount to check all joints are properly attached and sealed, and that there are no leaks.<strong> One way of ensuring this will never happen is using <a href="">aluminum adhesive tape</a></strong><strong> and then, bridling it.</strong></p> <p>In this section you can find accessories to help those growers who usually encounter problems with the air coming from the street. An <strong>anti-pollen filter</strong> will help to prevent surrounding male plants to pollinate your plants. It is a risk you are exposed to but that can be removed very easily. You can also find <strong>anti-return valves</strong> that ensure no birds or insects will get inside your grow in case the extraction system turns off.</p> <p><strong>Air Sock allows you to distribute all the hair all around your grow.</strong> Made of breathable fiber, it will let air get in through while filtering insects. It is entirely washable and very recommendable for any indoor grow op.</p>
  • Climate controllers
    <p><strong>Climate controllers for indoor growing</strong>. These devices let you <strong>keep temperature and humidity under control.</strong> Controllers are in charge<strong> of switching HVAC (Heating, Ventilation + Air Conditioning) elements (such as extractors or A/C devices) on and off</strong> to keep the preset temperature and humidity levels nice and stable.</p> <p><strong>Cornwall Controllers</strong> allow you to <strong>regulate the temperature in your grow by connecting it to a heater or an air conditioning unit</strong> and dialing it to the desired temperature. <strong>Humidity controllers allow you to do the same, controlling moisture levels </strong>by being connected to<strong> a humidifier or dehumidifier</strong>. You can also regulate the temperature to which your plants are exposed thanks to the HVAC system if the air you are taking in is fresh. The drawback of these controllers is that the temperature reading is made at the location of the plug, so you will have to place them where you wish to take readings.</p> <p><a href="">GSE controllers</a> are of a higher quality. It's not really that they are better, but <strong>they do come with a probe which lets you take readings at any point of the garden and not just at the location where the device (and the plug) is located.</strong> In this section you can find <strong>a different controller for each parameter</strong>: Humidity Controller, Temperature Controller, Low Pressure Temperature Controller or Max and Min Hysteresis Speed Temperature Controller. There is <strong>also one controller which measures everything: the GSE Controller of Temperature and Humidity &amp; Negative Pressure and Hysteresis.</strong></p> <p>Some <strong>controllers such as CIi-Mate</strong> have other functions besides controlling your extractors to regulate growing temperature. For instance, they let you<strong> choose the maximum speed you want the extractors to work at</strong> and also the minimum one, so that they don't make that "electrical noise" or the extraction switches off (with the potential risk odor leakage). You can program <strong>up to four 600W lamps without worrying</strong> about your system burning or the timer blowing a fuse and ceasing to work. You can find all of the instruments needed to measure and control the parameters in your grow.</p> <p>Other controllers that are <strong>progressively making their way through the market are the ones by SMS Com. They are truly good quality and highly affordable</strong>. You can find a power regulator that can stand many amperes, so that lowering the power of your bigger extractors will not longer be a problem.<strong> Also, by connecting the probe to your speed controller you can turn it into a temperature controller</strong> that will turn on or off the extraction system to meet your plants' needs.</p> <p><strong><a href="">Evolution Fan Controller</a> is another well-known climate controller. </strong>All you have to do is connect your extractors to the controller and it will take care of keeping all humidity and temperature parameters. It features <strong>one of the best probes of all controllers since it doesn't need to be fine-tuned.</strong> <strong>You can connect your temperature controller to CO2 Evolution Controller</strong> and optimize your system.</p> <p>If you keep humidity and temperature parameters under control <strong>your plants will thank you with better yields,</strong> providing you with compact hard buds, full of flavor.</p>
  • HVAC kits
    <p>Full ventilation kits for your indoor grow op so that you can ventilate your grow room. You can use a handy <strong>odor filter</strong> in order to keep your operation nice and discreet. It also includes the <strong>duct</strong> needed<strong> to complete the system</strong>. The latter can be more or less noisy depending on the model, so you can choose the degree of noise mitigation. You can also choose from <strong>a wide variety of extractors and filters from several brands</strong> to fit your budget and needs. In this section you can find everything you need for the ventilation of your plants at the <strong>best price</strong>. You can choose from <strong>WK extractors, powerful and with a high flow,</strong> which are able to extract up to 425m3/h through a 125mm inlet, where other brands require at least a 150mm opening. In this case, you will be compromising noise, since<strong> a powerful extraction with a small duct is always a bit noisier than an RVK</strong> unit of the same size (but you will enjoy a larger extraction capacity). <strong>RVK brag about how silent they are</strong> with regards to other extractors of the same class. They are available in two models: A1, which are the regular ones, and L1 which are, the "turbo" version of the same size. While a 125 A1 by RVK extracts 220m3, a 125 L1 can extract up to 340m3. Manufactured in the best materials for a silent use, we will hardly notice them from the outside.</p> <p><strong>Odor filters are the next thing to consider,</strong> since they will guarantee that the air that's expelled to the outside is free from revealing scents. You can choose them from <strong>a variety of brands and sizes, so you can pick one from your favorite brand or stick to a low budget one. They are all very similar with regard to results (they all work properly) but they are more or less expensiv</strong>e depending on the brand.<strong> Our advice is to pick up the one that matches your flow requirements, instead of going for a particular name.</strong></p> <p>The <strong>most famous ones are Can Filters,</strong> true classics. Indeed, these <strong>trustworthy filters have been around for ages.</strong> Their main characteristic is they are <strong>long and thin</strong>, instead of being thick and wide, like most. They can praise themselves since their equipment truly features <strong>better absorption and hardly ever gets blocked</strong>. However, it is also true, odors can reach the other side due to the thinness of their walls. Despite it all, they tend to last as long as others, that is, about <strong>2 years.</strong></p> <p><strong>Koa Filters are a fine quality and economical choice</strong>. You can make a choice according to size and save quite money in comparison with other brands of the same quality. Their lifespan tends to be <strong>around 2 years,</strong> and they are made of very good materials. If you choose a Koa filter you will not regret it.</p> <p>The, there's<strong> Air Vanguard Filters, a brand of filters that saves in marketing for the sake of quality</strong>. Indeed, despite their low price they still offer great results. They're <strong>made out of active carbon of the highest quality and come inside a very light aluminium structure, which makes them ideal to be inside our grow tents.</strong></p> <p>Finally, you'll have to <strong>choose some duct to complete your ventilation system.</strong> This can be a standard <strong>aluminium duct or a soundproof one.</strong> With the regular one you might have to ensure a bit of noise. Besides, if the air is hot and the duct is placed inside your grow room, it might end up transferring part of the heat to the room and increase temperature. On the other hand, <strong>the soundproof duct provides a considerable noise reduction while avoids temperature transfers</strong>. The <strong>sound both inside and outside the house will be notably diminished.</strong></p> <p>In short, in this section you can choose <strong>every part of your ventilation kit. Don't forget to </strong><strong>choose first the extractor</strong> you want to meet your needs and from there, the <a href="">f<span style="text-decoration:underline;">ull ventilation kit</span></a> (filter, duct) that matches it.</p>
Climate control for cannabis indoor growing

The best climate control systems for marijuana are available at Humidity and temperature controllers, extractors and any other item you might need; all of them are in our catalogue. It is important to provide the plants with the clean air they need, as it is not to disturb anybody with noise. This is particularly important because, apart from the nuisance to others, that might lead to the detection of your grow op. This is why we also sell quiet soundproof extractors and soundproof boxes.

Here you will find insulated ducts that will prevent noise from passing through the thin walls of the normal pipes. In addition, they help transfer the temperature from the air inside the tube towards the indoor space and thus, warm it. In this section, you can find everything you need to join the ducts safely, with pieces such as flanges and metal adhesive tape of the best quality. You can also find all parts needed to do splittings and fix systems of vent ducts, so that growing parameters are optimized.

Besides, our catalogue includes the best climate controllers on the market. They are essential to keep growing parameters under control and will help you get large productions.

Whatever you are looking for to ensure a right growing environment for your plants, you'll find it here. As always, products are the best price on the market, in stock and ready to be shipped to your home so that you can start your growing op on the right foot.