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Inline Fan 12 inch
Pro Air Inline Fans
combine high performance and quiet operation
The PROAIR Inline Fan 12 inch model features a durable yet slim form and spacious housing to minimize reverberation inside a narrow air chamber. Larger 10” and 12” models were manufactured with extra space ratios in their housing unit to accommodate a wide wind tunnel. The sound muffling 10”PROAIR design dampens residual humming from an accelerated wind torque and high-velocity vortex generated by rotational motion.
Coupling your in-line fan with a Speed Controller will not only endorse energy efficiency but also further contribute to sound dampening. A lower, equally efficient speed will be less noisy. A solid state speed controller will allow gardeners to dial their fan speed to their precise CFM requirements and plant transpiration metrics. This device complements the PROAIR motor by keeping it from running at maximum rpm by default. Insulated, ridged ducting will also further dampen any leftover minor sound.
Inline Fan 12 inch Features
- Durable Ceramic-Coated Bearings
- Components made from industrial-grade steel for easy maintenance
- Heavy-duty molded impeller
- Thermally Protected AC Motor
- Speed controllable
- PROAIR Ventilation in-line fans are independently tested ETL certified
- Metal housing, mounting brackets and 8ft 120V cord included
- Voltage: 120V
- Frequency: 60Hz
- Amps: 2.52
- Power Input: 299W
- RPM: 2750
- CFM: 1100
- Noise: 77 dB
- Static Pressure: 1016 pa
- Warranty: 5 years
Dimensions & weight
- Unit Dimensions: 9.72” L x 6.69” W x 17.83” H
- Shipping Box Dimensions: 18.58” L x 11.5” W x 16.26” H
- Unit Weight: 17.64 lbs
- Shipping Box Weight: 9.11 lbs
Why Do You Need to Ventilate Your Grow Room?
So why do grow rooms and grow tents need to be ventilated? As it turns out, there are quite a few reasons.
Plants grown outdoors enjoy the mitigating effects of light breezes, sunshine, evaporation, and precipitation. Indoors, we substitute fans for breezes and evaporation, grow lights for sunshine, and watering systems for precipitation. What we often forget about is that outdoors, air circulates more naturally than in your grow room.
You need both a fan and an air extraction system to keep the air in your grow room fresh. Here’s why.
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