New Rhino Hobby Carbon Filter, Rhinos New Budget Range

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100mm 4″ Rhino Hobby Carbon Filter

RHINO HOBBY CARBON FILTER 4″ (100MM) X 12″ (300MM)

Rhino are the world’s leading hydroponics air filter manufacturer. The brand new range of Rhino Hobby carbon filters are made with the same virgin Australian carbon as the premium Rhino Pro range: RC412, but they have a shorter lifespan. Rhino Hobby carbon filters feature a swappable bottom and duct-coupler and they should be turned around every 8-12 weeks to even out the wear ensuring the filters last for their full 9-12 months expected lifespan.

The carbon filters in the Rhino Hobby range do not last as long as those in the Rhino Pro range. Typically, a Rhino Pro carbon filter will last 2 years or more, and the ends never need to be reversed. A Rhino Pro carbon filter typically costs about 40-50% more than the equivalent Rhino Hobby carbon filter, but the Rhino Pro will last 100% longer making it a much more economical choice in the long-run: Rhino Pro Carbon Filter 4″ (100mm) x 12″ (300mm)

Rhino Hobby – the new budget range from the best maker of carbon air filters in the world
Reversible duct-coupling end – end should be swapped around with the bottom every 8-12 weeks for max lifespan
Lifespan: 9-12 months as long as filter is reversed every 8-12 weeks
Removes particles and odours from your grow-room
Made with 100% RC412 Australian virgin activated carbon – the best in the world
Aluminium housing for robustness and low weight
Fits onto 4″ (100mm) ducting or onto a 4″ (100mm) extractor with a 4″ (100mm) fast-clamp
Perfectly matches the RVK 4″ (100mm) extractor fan for size and air flow
Great for hobby hydroponics growers!

New Rhino Hobby Carbon Filter Range

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Rhino are the world’s leading hydroponics air filter manufacturer. The brand new range of Rhino Hobby carbon filters are made with the same virgin Australian carbon as the premium Rhino Pro range: RC412, but they have a shorter lifespan. Rhino Hobby carbon filters feature a swappable bottom and duct-coupler and they should be turned around every 8-12 weeks to even out the wear ensuring the filters last for their full 9-12 months expected lifespan.

The carbon filters in the Rhino Hobby range do not last as long as those in the Rhino Pro range. Typically, a Rhino Pro carbon filter will last 2 years or more, and the ends never need to be reversed. A Rhino Pro carbon filter typically costs about 40-50% more than the equivalent Rhino Hobby carbon filter, but the Rhino Pro will last 100% longer making it a much more economical choice in the long-run: Rhino Pro Carbon Filter 4″ (100mm) x 12″ (300mm)

Rhino Hobby – the new budget range from the best maker of carbon air filters in the world
Reversible duct-coupling end – end should be swapped around with the bottom every 8-12 weeks for max lifespan
Lifespan: 9-12 months as long as filter is reversed every 8-12 weeks
Removes particles and odours from your grow-room
Made with 100% RC412 Australian virgin activated carbon – the best in the world
Aluminium housing for robustness and low weight
Fits onto 4″ (100mm) ducting or onto a 4″ (100mm) extractor with a 4″ (100mm) fast-clamp
Perfectly matches the RVK 4″ (100mm) extractor fan for size and air flow
Great for hobby hydroponics growers!

Visit www.hg-hydroponics.co.uk for the full range

Bug Box Insect Dust Filter £35.99

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Ever had the problem of bugs, dust and pests getting in to your grow tent or grow room? Most of us have and the problem is usuallly through the intake ventilation, this excellent product filters all the incoming fresh air of any bugs pests dust and nastys getting in. Get yours today!
  • Reduces airborne particles from entering your grow room or tent.
  • Filtration to EU3, 95% efficient, down to 5 microns.
  • Can be mounted at any angle.
  • Robust galvanized steel construction.
  • Washable filter included.
  • Spare filters are available.
Available in Bug Box Insect Dust Filter 100mm 4″
Bug Box Insect Dust Filter 125mm 5″
Bug Box Insect Dust Filter 150mm 6″
Bug Box Insect Dust Filter 200mm 8″
Bug Box Insect Dust Filter 250mm 10″
Bug Box Insect Dust Filter 315mm – 12.”

 

Rhino RC 1 Fan Speed Controller

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Let Rhino do the work! The RC-1 thermostatically controlled, dual fan controller enables growers to create the ultimate two fan air exchange system. Intake and extraction fans will run at maximum speed to quickly establish desired temperature, once reached the fans will drop to a minimum idle speed ensuring the room is adequately ventilated and preventing air leaks.

Great Fan made by the famous “Rhino Filter”

Get Yours Today! www.hg-hydroponics.co.uk

What size carbon filter do i need?

what size carbon filter do i need? What size carbon filter do i need for my grow room or grow tent?

This is a question we hear near everyday, “what filter do i need?”
we have added a simple formula below so you can work out what size carbon filter you need. Firstly you need to ensure that what ever the outcome that you have an adequate and matching extractor fan to be able to make the most out of the carbon filter

The correct filter is ideally one that matches the cm3 measurement of your fan for example

4″ Budget Carbon Filter “160m3″ 100mm x 250mm = 4″ Rvk Extractor Fan – 100 mm A1 = “175m3

We recommend that you renew the air within your grow room once every 2-3 minutes (30-20 times per hour).

To understand which size carbon filter is appropriate, first you need to calculate the volume of your grow room using the following formula:

Grow room Width x Depth x Height = Volume, for example:

Grow room 1.2m Wide x 1.2m Deep x 1.8m High = 2.59 cubic metres (2.59m3)

Now that you have calculated your grow room’s volume, you now need to find out the recommended amount of air that needs to be renewed based on its volume. To do this use the following formula:

Grow Room Volume x Air exchanges = Recommended volume of air exchanges per hour, for example:

Grow room volume of 2.59m3 x 30 air exchanges per hour = 77.7 cubic metres per hour (77.7m3/hr), meaning that the 160m3/hr rated carbon filter is more than ideal for this size room.

Available online and instore from www.hg-hydroponics.co.uk
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