Yeah, Seal room completely. Window, airtight door.. then get co2 in there. Then you can simply use a carbon scrubber in the room with no ducting going anywhere.
I have a 10x10 foot room with a window and a door no closet. How and where can I set up ventilation without cutting large holes in anything. I'm trying to figure out how to install ducts and a carbon filter to get rid of the smell.
The window is near a nother house so it can't go there. I need to be able to get in and out so the door is kinda tough. I'm absolutely dead set on a carbon filter. Any suggestions? Thanks
How big of a co2 tank would I need?
you will need to tighten your grow so that cubic feet are to a minimum and use A/C. CO2 will be a costly setup to do right, with regulator and controller. if you don't do it right, then CO2 will not work. the only other alternative would be to make a shorter door where you can use the space above it to pass intake and exhaust.
how costly is C02? i myself will soon be moving into a house with an extra bedroom if you know what i mean. I'm looking at about 16 clones right now but ventilation will defiantly be an issue so for that many plants in an average size bedroom, what am i looking at total cost for a C02 tank and set up? and where does one get a tank refilled?
dude just look around, and if there's no place to shove some 4" vent then you're gonna have to cut something.
i had a college dorm where i had to take out the ceiling tiles and shove the vent through the ceiling and over the drywall. then when i moved out i put it all back the way it was
back here at home i put a shitty old door on my closet so i could cut a hole in the top, and put the nicer door somewhere else