I already have everything I said I was ordering. Tent was researched like everything and I ended up bailing on the 2 in 1. I am not sure I am going to run back to back to back forever...I also like the idea of seed growing so I am taking the slow route for now. Quicktent was 600D fabric while my second choice was going to be Yield Labs based on a test I saw side by side to a Gorilla. Still, Quicktent had several good reviews and the thickness of the material sold me as it was double or more of the same ones in this price range. The CFM I calculated was not only based on tent versus fan, but filter resistance, ductwork, bends, and length, plus I may add a muffler to all that, so that could be a 1-2% loss as well. Then I added 25% over for ability to run fan at low speeds, and ended up with the 6" Cloudline T6 with digital controls. I am looking at ways I can just hang the fan from the ceiling via eye bolts and some sound absorbing hanger set up? Also looking for rigid rubber or other sleeves that I can use to connect from the fan to the duct to reduce noise via vibration, not sure what you call those or if they exist, I have not heard the fan run yet, but if it's too loud, I am thinking of ways to box it but still have it breath, sort of a muffler around the unit, thinking about the box it shipped in or maybe I can just wrap it with insulation even, again I don't want to overheat it, so not sure if that is a good idea. I could put it on the floor which is wood with a sub floor, set on the two thick foam end caps it came in, and then makeshift a four sided box to shield noise and direct it away from the common wall of the neighbor.
You're going to need a carbon filter to scrub the smell, I've heard Phresh is the best, will also need to change the air in your tent or you going to have humidity issues so you'll need an inline to draw the smell through the filter and circulate the air out of the tentwasn't sure about the heat generation and did not want to be one of those guys watching his house burn on the news while I am at work...I am not out East anymore....moved closer to beach, its 70 degrees here right now 55% RH....I am also somewhat concerned with overall smell, that was another reason I was considering inline fan/charcoal. But I get the keeping it simple and I really wanted to just do that. Thanks for the info!
I already have all that stuff....I am down to nutes, seeds, and soil needs!You're going to need a carbon filter to scrub the smell, I've heard Phresh is the best, will also need to change the air in your tent or you going to have humidity issues so you'll need an inline to draw the smell through the filter and circulate the air out of the tent