I plan to run 1800watts of LED's in a veg room that is 18'x18' with 8' ceilings. Room stays around 67 degrees all year long. I want to keep it sealed and burn Co2. Do you think I can get away without running an A/C?
In a well sealed room with a burner, I think yes but it won't have to work too much.
2000w Leds here same size room, no burner, sealed like a crackhouse, 2000w heater to reach 84f
So no issue huh... nice. This room is going to be sealed tight, no a/c... there will be an exhaust connected to a humidistat to exhaust only if humidity reaches whatever I set it to but I plan to keep it hot and humid in veg. Might need a dehumidifier too. I like to purge my sealed rooms when the lights go out to help with the humidity spike and bring some fresh air in just incase the burner isn't combusting properly.
How high does your humidity climb in your setup?
This is photosynthesis:Just curious, you said exhaust only correct ? So when you say "bring some fresh air in" where is that coming from ? Assuming you're completely sealed with no leaks..
I'm trying to avoid an intake on my completely sealed room and only have an exhaust to dump at night for the humidity spikes and excess c02 from being in big living soil beds..
I'm just wondering if I'll have to worry about "stale" air over time since my Mitsubishi mini split only recirculates it doesn't actually bring in fresh air and my space is extremely sealed.