|Thank you so much for the 3D drawing... It makes me want to learn a little about AutoCad.. But back to the room, I do have a few questions and I hope I don't bother. 1: I haven't seen those type of reflector for the light. Is this better than what I have seen with the cool tubes?
I don't think the cool tubes will work right. Especially since the bulb should be perpendicular to your rectangular plant pattern
2: The intake has for ventilation has the Ozone Generator and the filter going into the room. I think it should be exhaust, but how is the air from one side going to get to the other side?
This is the exhaust. The exhaust should always be at the top because heat rises and the intake at the bottom to move the most amount of air out of the room.
You always use your fan for exhaust not intake.
3: would adding a window A/C unit help and were could it go?
If your basement get above 60 degrees you may need and air conditioner.
Are you building this room in the middle of a bigger room? Where all sides are open?
If this is the case then you should try to cool the basement because your air conditioner
should always be exhausted outside.
|I am building the room inside another room.. the basement is very well ventilated.... I see ur point.. once again I'm over thinking it. & I'll ck out those fans as soon as I get home...
I hope ur enjoying ur weekend...
I guess if you wanted try it you could always just put the window unit on the floor right in between the to intake vents.
I recommend these fan controllers Because your fan is always exhausting this way
Once Again, THANK YOU! I do appreciate what you have done. I am still reading and reading to gain more knowledge but sometimes its overwhelming when starting off.
& Thanks Again for staying up late to do this for me Again. Ok, know I got to go. I need to get up in 3 1/3 hours to go to work.. Talk to you soon.
Yes these are the best reflectors you can get. The Filter is on the inside of the the room and intake side because it needs to be and that is the way they work best and the fan and ozone generator are on the outside. I don't think air cooled reflectors are that necessary especially for small rooms because you can simply point your fan at the light.and trust me the air will get to the other side because of the vacuum your fan creates but you can always add a booster fan to the intake side if you want. like this:
and I recommend this filters on the intake to keep dust out of your room
|Thanks again for all ur help... I still need to look over the plans, cuz I'm
@ work.. You have managed to make me see the light.... Man did I get all confused... So much info out there, and bouncing around from thread to thread... You knowledge is making it easier...
Yes it does get complicated. It took me years of studying and growing to get it all right.
You can use 2 wall mounted fans like these