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TJStoner

Shed grow odour extration plans

Ventilation plans   3 members have voted

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So I have a Bay 6 XL loft tent running a Telos-0008 and only currently have a 4" extraction fan sucking through a Ox carbon filter.  I am looking to upgrade my ventilation system and having a intake fan paired with a fan speed controller to keep the environment dialled in.  I am considering venting into a box buried underneath the shed filled with woodchips and some kind of oil or smell neutraliser, as im paranoid that my Sticky Beast Autos are going to stink to high heaven come flower ripening time and my neighbours are going to suss me out.  Has anyone ever done something like this before ? Im hoping that if I rig it up properly and get a decent fan system inside the tent and outside in the shed venting down the same ducting into the box and then out into the underneath of the shed I can kill a lot of the odour and stay stealth - thoughts please?

 

 

 

 

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welll ive never even heard of an "ox" carbon filter, so that's where I would start- by replacing it with something which works, like a mountain air of a Carboair. 

I would upsize  your exhaust fan and filter to 6 inch stuff  run off a controller. you can use the 4 inch one for an intake

Make sure the exhause air is vented outside, you don't want to be re-using it. 

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Ok good advice, ive been looking into a fan controller and have one in mind (GSE Temp/Humidity/NP) - Do you think I will be able to vent underneath the shed or will it create too much negative pressure ?

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On 15/05/2019 at 11:44 PM, TJStoner said:

Ok good advice, ive been looking into a fan controller and have one in mind (GSE Temp/Humidity/NP) - Do you think I will be able to vent underneath the shed or will it create too much negative pressure ?

 

you can vent out wherever you like m8.

 

On 15/05/2019 at 8:22 PM, badbillybob said:

welll ive never even heard of an "ox" carbon filter, so that's where I would start- by replacing it with something which works, like a mountain air of a Carboair. 

I would upsize  your exhaust fan and filter to 6 inch stuff  run off a controller. you can use the 4 inch one for an intake

Make sure the exhause air is vented outside, you don't want to be re-using it. 

 

Fantastic advice here m8 , This is exactly where you should start, buy cheap = pay twice, mountain air is a very good filter m8

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I’m an outhouse grower too, it gets hot, period

 

I had to add some cooling for my set up.

 

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