RAM Inline Exhaust Fans




RAM Inline Exhaust Fans are designed for use with in-line ventilation ducting and they can also be clamped or cable-tied in to a grow tent’s ducting sleeves. These fans are very handy for smaller set-ups, where high capacity ducting fans are not required and they can also be placed anywhere a little bit of air-circulation or extraction would be welcome. These fans can also be used to create some airflow / ventilation in a drying area.

100mm Fan Specs:

Power: 15 W 0.12 V

Voltage: 220-240 V AC 50-60 Hz

Dimensions: Length 111mm | Diameter 100mm

Capacity: 80M³/HR

Comes with 1.5 length of electrical cord and 2-pin plug


150mm Fan Specs:

Power: 20 W 0.12 A

Voltage: 220-240 V AC 50-60 Hz

Dimensions: Length 130mm | Diameter 150mm

Capacity: 210M³/HR

Comes with 1.5 length of electrical cord and 2-pin plug


Having the right ventilation set-up is vitally important to controlling temperature and humidity. Problems like disease, poor growth, yields and pest control issues are associated with a lack in control of these two factors. Ensuring there is a good supply of fresh air in indoor growing areas can be the difference between success and failure and therefore a need for the element of control.

When growing in an enclosed space, we advise using both an extractor fan and an intake fan. The extractor will remove the moist, warm air (high humidity) along with other respiratory by-products and helps to replenish carbon dioxide. The intake fan should be placed at the opposite end of the growing environment to help control humidity and temperature and introduce carbon dioxide into the area.

By making sure that you have the right carbon filter, fan and ducting combination, you can save time, money and effort in the long-run. Measuring up your room correctly is highly important to ensure that the correct ventilation system is chosen and its subsequent success of maintaining an efficient growing area.

RAM Inline Exhaust Fans can help with circulating and ventilating air in smaller growing and drying areas.

Watch an informative video on grow room ventilation setups HERE