PowerPlant AeroWing Cooling Hood Reflector

R1 550.00

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SKU: LIG234 Category:

Description

Powerplant Aerowing Cooling Hood Reflector:

Control temperature and maximize the power of your grow lighting with the PowerPlant AeroWing Reflector. It is an enclosed, air-cooled reflector designed to fit easily into a ventilation system. This allows the connected extraction fan to suck the heat generated by the lamp ( HPS / MH ) right out of your grow area. This helps to reduce the heat in your grow space by up to 5 degrees Celsius.

Key Features:

  • 150 mm flanges to attach ducting to.
  • 4 m long electrical cord with male kettle plug socket, suitable for a HID lamp of up to 600W (E40 fitting)
  • Easily hang the hood from an overhead support by clipping the hanging brackets onto a set of rope ratchets (Rope ratchets sold separately)
  • Glass panel is quickly opened and shut with a pair of clips, instead of tedious hand screws.
  • Air-cooling prevents heat build-up – particularly useful in summer months.
  • Intergated reflector design concentrates light over a specific area, minimizing wasteful light dispersal – light is bounced directly onto your plants.
  • PowerPlant AeroWing Cooling Hood Reflector Dimensions: 46 cm x 46 cm x 24 cm (H), plus 5 cm ducting flanges on two of the sides.
Use cases:
There are a couple of ways to install and use cool tubes or cooling hoods in an indoor grow space…
We recommend that no more than 4 hoods are serviced by a single extraction fan. If 4 hoods are connected to a single fan, the fan should ideally be of a larger diameter (or, have a higher extraction rate) than a 150 mm fan. The 4 hoods should also not be connected in a row, but rather split into 2 rows of 2, to allow for faster heat removal.
The hoods can be installed to be open ended on one side – this will cause the connected fan to exhaust air from your grow space while in operation, not ideal for growers who are supplementing CO2. If you aim to run a “closed loop” system in your grow room, the hoods’ inlets and outlets should be outside of your grow room’s “block” of air. Here, you will have 2 air handling systems – one to treat the grow room air, and another to handle air flow through the cooling hoods.