Where should I exhaust my grow room?


Where should I exhaust my grow room?

Different Window Setups. Many cannabis growers opt to exhaust their grow tents directly out of windows. In all reality, windows are probably the most convenient and popular choice for this job. However, as window exhaust systems require you to leave your window open, they lack discretion as compared to outdoor vents.

How do you put outside air into a grow room?

Open loop grow rooms consistently provide fresh air to the plants in one of two ways. Either an intake fan that pulls air from an outside source, or a passive exhaust system pulls in fresh air by forcing old air out through an exhaust duct.

How much fan do I need for a grow room?

To measure CFM, or cubic feet per minute, you will need to multiply your room’s length x width x height. For example, if your grow tent is 4′ x 4′ x 8′, you are working with 128 cubic feet. Therefore, a fan with a CFM of 128 will recirculate the room with fresh air in about a minute.

Do you need fresh air in a sealed grow room?

The concept of a sealed room is quite basic; a sealed room is a growing environment where there are no holes or air exchanges to the outdoors or any other room. It doesn’t need to be airtight, however, the closer to airtight the better.

Does my grow room need fresh air?

A ventilation system is crucial to keep the CO2 content inside the grow room at optimal levels for the plants. As the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere is low, a constant flow of fresh air from outside is necessary.

Should I run my fan 24/7 In my grow tent?

a) How Long to Run Fan on Seedlings Stage So, you need to ensure regular air circulation around them 24/7. Depending on the temperature and humidity, you may schedule the exhaust fans, but the oscillating stand-up or tower fans should always be rolling on.

How often should I vent my grow tent?

every three to five minutes
Ideally, your extractor fan system should replace the air in your grow room every minute, or at least every three to five minutes. This means that you need to choose the right size fan for the job.