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      Default Supa nova aircooled's...........

      Here is a picture of a well known aircooled shade here in the UK its called the Supa nova, and is a dimpeled aluminum shade with 4mm tougthened glass that seals up the unit so as heat cannot escape except through the 6" straight through air-in and out-lets. They are used by attaching the shade via flexible ducting to a suitably sized extractor fan (at least 350 c/m/h per shade) which then pulls air through and past the bulb taking the majority of the heat with it. Multiple shades can be daisey chain linked together with the use of a more powerful fan can simultaniously be cooled.

      There is 2 ways to use these shades:

      independant cooling: Where you vent the shade to draw air from outside the grow area (WHERE THERE IS NO SMELL) and also vent back outside, so a seperate extractor fan is used to control the enviroment in the grow, with the added help of the aircooled light. This method is very popular with people that are growing in sealed rooms with only air-conditioners to control tempreture as the air cooled shades take the work load off the A/C.

      Working with room extraction: Where you have a carbon filter attached to the end of the ducting on the inlet side of the shade, to remove the smell. The other end is then attached to the rooms extractor fan to be vented outside. This setup is more suited to one light setups as the longer duct run involved and the carbon filter both restrict the extractor fan and reduce its final output. I use this setup but use a nice powerful 500 c/m/h fan.

      Heres it working inline with room extraction....

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