want to put a mini split in a 10 x 12 sealed tent with co2 and 6 hoods.. can it be done ? this is a rental so was thinking tents in the garage
yea i usually build rooms but this is a rented house so i wanted to be able to take it down if need be.. but maybe i will be stuck with building rooms with mini splits.. i was also thinking metal container buildings.. put 3 small ones in garage.. they make them 10x 8x 8That photo was 2days ago this is just a few hrs shirt of 2days growth... I flipped late getting greedy it should get interesting lol. CO2 is real when you have a good light.
I can take mine down and put it up. It's free standing built from 1x2's and 2x2's frame and just cut reflective insulation board sealed with weather stripping on the door, great stuff spray foam and metal tape. I just cut the corners where I taped and pull the styrofoam board out the take the screws out. Maybe an hour to take downyea i usually build rooms but this is a rented house so i wanted to be able to take it down if need be.. but maybe i will be stuck with building rooms with mini splits.. i was also thinking metal container buildings.. put 3 small ones in garage.. they make them 10x 8x 8
But he wants CO2. So needs sealed. CO2 makes everything a bitch.It would be a bitch, but I'd rather insulate the garage, a/c it, and exchange air with the tent. I have a friend that runs a split in a 10x20 gorilla, and it works fine, but the air handlers will blow cold, cold air, and it may be hard to diffuse it adequately in such a tight space.
HLG 600 No way in hell I could deal with the heat of 1k's in there i don't think even if air cooled. But this light kills a 4x4Yeah, I totally dig your design there. It would suck to have to enrich the whole garage if you were using bottled gas. These three factors have a hard time coexisting
Tight environmental control in small space
We must seek equilibrium. Presumably you're running 1k's?