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Re: Humidity and misting systems?


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Posted by obeligz on December 28, 2002 at 14:35:54:

In Reply to: Re: Humidity and misting systems? posted by mikecoscia on December 26, 2002 at 08:45:36:

Fans are great to use in some cases.
Fans should always suck air out of enclosure and never blow air into it to avoid drafts.
If you run a fan at half Voltage it will turn slower and be more quiet but you'll have to use a bigger fan to move the same amount of air.
I use a 220V fan with wheelbearings, I run the fan at 110V and it is impossible to hear. :o)
Regaqrds
obeligz

:Never thought of using a fan to suck out the excess moisture. That would work great with larger setups. Be a bit expensive though for the smaller individual housing my cresties and aurics are in. Ill have to remember that for when i get my leachies.
:-Mike





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