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Odor control

  • Odor Filters
    <p class="MsoNormal">In this <strong>part of our catalogue</strong> you can find plenty of different odor filters including <strong>carbon filters</strong> by the best brands on the market.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Odor filters are used to keep your <strong>indoor grow discreet</strong>, cleaning the air as it exits your <strong>filtration system</strong> so that nobody is any the wiser.<span>  </span>If you’re planting cannabis indoors you will absolutely need one of these filters or else everyone will know exactly what’s going on in your house.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">There are <strong>various different brands</strong> and ranges of carbon filters, each with their own set of<strong> pros and cons</strong>. You should generally choose your carbon filter based on your filtration system; they’re all pretty similar in as far as <strong>quality and price</strong>. Some brands are more well-known than others, but all of the brands that we stock work perfectly.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">The most <strong>renowned brand in the world of odor filters</strong> for cannabis is Can Filters. These filters are long and have a thin layer of activated carbon that allows maximum air flow without making your extraction fan work overtime. They use the <strong>best activated carbon available</strong>.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong><a href="">Mountain Air</a> filters</strong> are also quite potent, known for their <strong>efficiency and durability.</strong> They have thick walls and a short filter, which makes odor particles take longer to traverse the filter. They can last for up to three years, which is why they’re a little pricier than other <strong>similar models</strong>.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>FiltroKoa</strong> are some of the <strong>best quality filters</strong> at the best prices. They’re definitely the best in as far as <strong>price/quality</strong>, and they’re not that pricey at all. They’re made out aluminum and full of <strong>activated Australian carbon</strong>, some of the best carbon in the world. They’re <strong>thick, compact filters</strong> that are perfect for grow tents.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>Air Vanguard filters</strong> are quite similar to FiltroKoa filters although the brand is younger. They’re<strong> super light and perfect for small grows</strong> such as grow tents; you can easily hang one from a grow tent bar without bending it.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>Koalair also stock inline filters,</strong> which allow you to get rid of all odors that make their way through it.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">All filters come with a membrane that keeps dirt and dust out, which <strong>increases their durability</strong> quite a lot. These are sometimes called filter <span> </span>socks, and you can find various socks in our catalogue that fit pretty much any odor filter brand or if you need to replace any of your old ones.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Sometimes you don’t need much<strong> filter strength</strong> if you only have a few plants. That’s why <strong>Odor Socks are perfect</strong>. They’re made of fabric that contains activated carbon, doing the same job as a steel filter. If the odor isn’t too intense, you shouldn’t need anything more – you will definitely need a <strong>better filter when they are flowering</strong>, however.</p>
  • Ozone Generators
    <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>Ozone generators</strong>, ionizers and air purifiers; these <strong>devices generate ozone</strong> using plaques or bulbs, which then <strong>destroys odor particles</strong> generated by cannabis plants or <strong>residual weed smoke smells in your room</strong> or at home.</p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>Ozone gas oxidizes surfaces</strong>, and when an odor particle is caught in ozone it ends up being destroyed. It keeps the <strong>air free of pathogens</strong>, particles, bacteria and fungi, plus it also works when used in water. If you place an <strong>ozone generator</strong> in a room it will get rid of any bad odors left behind by smoking or cannabis – perfect for rooms you’ve used to dry your cannabis. Make sure that your cannabis plants and flowers never come into direct contact with ozone or it’ll<strong> destroy its resin</strong>.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">You can use <strong>ozone generators in your extraction system</strong> when growing indoors in order to clean the extracted air so that you don’t stink up your street. It’s a great method for large growing rooms and is much more efficient and effective than carbon filters for large grows. You can easily set an ozone generator up in your <strong>extraction system</strong> with the inline models, - make sure to leave at least <strong>5m of ducting between</strong> your generators and the outlet so that it has time to get rid of any odors.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We also <strong>stock household ozone generators</strong> such as the <strong>Cornwall </strong>ozone generators,<strong> Mini Ozon</strong>, the <strong>Piranha</strong> ozone Generator, the <strong>UFO Ozone Generator</strong> and the <strong>Water Master Air/Water</strong> ozone generator. These generators are perfect for people that smoke at home and don’t want to stink their entire building up with the smell of weed. You can also use them in your hall or in front of your door if you have <strong>weed drying in the house</strong>. When trimming fresh cannabis, you might not realize it, but the<strong> odor travels quite a bit</strong> – that’s where ozone generators come in, with various designs and settings to choose from.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We stock <strong>wall-mounted ozone generators</strong> that, according to the manufacturers, are designed for indoor grows. They’re available in different models and strengths, depending on the size of the room, although we recommend using a generator in your ducting system so that the ozone doesn’t get anywhere near your plants.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">The 3g Cornwall Electronic ozone generator is one of the most <strong>affordable and efficient models</strong> in our catalogue, capable of <strong>producing 3000mg/h</strong>, which is enough for a<strong> 2500mh/h</strong> extraction system. It’s perfect for rooms with intense odors; grow rooms, rooms where animals are housed or any other room that has an intense odor. You can also use it to inject a <strong>steady flow of ozone</strong> into your ducting so that all of the air that’s extracted comes out the other side odorless.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Many ozone generators use bulbs, a “<strong>corona</strong>” discharge design or electronic plaques. Each one needs specific maintenance in order to make sure that they’re still working properly. For example, the <strong>Uvonair UV-80 model</strong> uses a bulb that can work for about 8000 hours. After 8k hours, you’ll need to change it out or it might <strong>break without you even realizing it</strong>.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">The <strong>Uvonair CD model</strong> uses coronas, which are electrical plaques that generate tension that changes the particles in the air, turning Oxygen into Ozone. These plaques work differently depending on their strength; unlike the bulbs, they never burn out. The <strong>only maintenance that the Uvonair CD model needs is a light</strong> dusting every now and then.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Ozotres Ozone Generators use <strong>neon-filled bulbs that are capable of generating large amounts of ozone</strong>. You need to replace these bulbs also in order to avoid issues, although they should last for up to 25000 hours. Depending on the amount of bulbs used, you’ll be producing more or less ozone; you’ll need <strong>about 30% more mg/h</strong> than m3/h when producing ozone for mazimum efficiency. For example, an ozone generator that produces <strong>1500mg/h</strong> would be perfect for a <strong>1050m3/h</strong> extractor.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Two of the best models that we stock are the <strong>Ozotube and SterilTube models</strong>; both of these models use Long Life ozone bulbs, which don’t contain neon and simply need to be cleaned every now and then – they do not burn out. Ozotubes generate slightly less than <strong>SterilTubes of the same size</strong>, as they have more bulbs.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">If you’re running a <strong>large growing operation</strong>, you can use various different devices or simply use the amazing <strong>3000 Ozone Generators</strong> which produces <strong>16000mg/h</strong>, which is enough for the largest extractors – even two of them. They’re essentially industrial generators used in growing operations where large amounts of seeds are made or for other <strong>large, smelly operations</strong>.</p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Whatever type of <strong>device you’re looking for</strong>, you’re guaranteed to find it in our massive ozone generator catalogue.</p> <p></p>
  • Air fresheners
    <p class="p1">Purchase air fresheners that <b>destroy odor particles instead of camouflaging or hiding them.</b> These products are <b>much more effective than regular air fresheners.</b> They work in a different way and are <b>ideal in places with very aggressive scents, such as your growing room or weed dryer. </b></p> <p class="p1">Odor Eliminators <b>were first invented for industrial use and designed for</b> places such as <b>oil refineries and wastelands</b> where one can barely breathe. They can<b> fight smells as strong as the ones let off by petrol or garbage</b> and thus, will prove very handy when it comes to preventing the discovery of your growing space or to prevent your house from smelling when you smoke inside.</p> <p class="p1"><b>Particles released by air fresheners are lighter than air and capture odors inside them</b>. Once both types of particles <b>mix together, they become heavier than the air and fall to the ground where they disintegrate.</b> We sell several brands with different fragrances. It's important is to <b>respect the mode of use of each of these products</b>, which might differ from one to another.</p> <p class="p1"><b>Air Fresheners can come in the form of sprays, gels, blocks or liquids.</b></p> <p class="p1"><a href="">Sprays</a> have <b>immediate effects</b> in any location. They can be used <b>in the car</b> where you might smoke occasionally and it is not cool to have an incriminating smell of weed if the police stops you. They can also be used <b>at home,</b> after you have smoked in order to prevent the scent sticking. <strong>I</strong><b>t is a good idea to spray the landing</b> so that the stairs of your building don't smell like marijuana. Generally speaking, you will only use this type of air freshener in <strong>specific</strong><b> occasions to get rid of the smell quickly.</b></p> <p class="p2">Air Freshener <a href="">Gels</a> <b>are normally used in places where a certain level of smell is usually present. The gel evaporates progressively, releasing agents that destroy odors all over the room and keep on acting as they locate new odor particles. It is usually used all at once so it doesn't evaporate too quickly, but it can also be split in smaller parts to increase its effectivity</b> in certain cases. For instance, when you are trimming your harvest, your home can smell for hours or even days and if you split the gel in several containers at different locations of the house, it won't smell at all, even if this implies the gel will run out very quickly. It is thus <b>ideal for harvest and drying days</b> since it won't impact the scent of your plants.</p> <p class="p1"><b>Air Freshener Blocks are made to be used in ventilation ducts.</b> They look like a hand soap bar. When<b> the air passes through the ducts and comes into contact with them, anti odor particles are released.</b> The hotter the weather and the higher the airflow, the quicker this product will run out. However, this kind of air freshener tends to <b>last between 3 to 4 weeks</b> under conditions where gel would only last 1 or 2 days. Not only will the marijuana smell be destroyed, the air being extracted will also have a nice fragrance.</p> <p class="p1"><strong>Air Freshener <a href="">Liquid</a>s</strong><span class="s1"> </span><b>have several uses. You can use them to fill up spray bottles and keep on using them as such or to hydrate your gel freshener so it regains its original properties.</b> Air Freshener Sprays are actually filled with liquid air freshener and so you can use liquid ones to <strong>r</strong><b>efill your sprays when they're over or simply to try a different fragrance.</b> Air Freshener Gels can dehydrate quickly if it's too hot, causing the balls that contain the neutralizer agents to dry out. When dried, they don't evaporate as much as they originally did-or they simply don't evaporate at all- and they stop working. If you hydrate your gel again with water you risk diluting the mix too much, so <b>the best thing to do is employ Liquid Air Freshener.</b> By doing this, the gel will maintain its properties.</p> <p class="p1">Now, you just need to<b> choose your fragrance from </b>your preferred brand. Whatever air freshener you're looking for, <b>you will certainly find it in our Odor Elimination Section.</b></p>
odor control systems for marijuana growing

Find your odor control filter, ozone generator or anti-odor gel among the wide selection of products available in our catalogue. All odor control treatments for your marijuana crop are available in our catalogue so that you don't encounter any problem when growing marijuana indoors.

When growing marijuana indoors, plants are restrained in a small space which needs to be ventilated. As it's well known, when plants are flowering they expel an intense odor . If you do not keep the smell under control not only may third parties be disturbed but you also take the risk of being discovered by people who shouldn't know about your activity.

There exist several systems to prevent odors from your grow op from being expelled to the outside: from air fresheners able to neutralize the strongest smells - such as gasoline's-, to the most complex ozone generation systems that destroy odor particles. 

The most common method among marijuana growers to prevent odor leaks is to use activated carbon filters. This type of filter retains odor particles inside, expelling a clean and odor-free air to the outside. Sometimes, when the extraction flow is very high, it is advisable to use several filters. This is when ozonizers play a major role.

Though ozonizers can also be used in small spaces, their deployment becomes almost mandatory in big crops. Ozone destroys odor particles by oxidizing them, leaving an odor-free air. In the case of big indoor settings, it is the best way to ensure the smell will never reach the outside and avoid risks, since a minimal failure might lead to undesired disclosure.

All products on our website come with a description to clarify their use, so you don't have any problem to make a choice. We also have tutorial videos that show how to install them in your grow op and what they can be used for.

Get rid of that smell that keeps you worried, once and for all!