- Extremely durable
- Fire resistant
- Value for money
Why Is It Important That Ducting Is Stretched Out?
When setting up a ventilation system for a grow room, it’s important that the ducting attached to the carbon filter and inline fan is stretched out as far as possible. This is because ducting that has been stretched out completely creates lower levels of noise than ducting that has not. The reason behind this is that when air flows through ducting, it reacts with any creases that are present. This reaction causes the air to rebound around the inner walls of the ducting, which subsequently results in high levels of airborne noise.
What Is The Difference Between Normal Ducting And Combi Ducting?
As previously mentioned, to reduce the risk of airborne noises, ducting should be stretched out. However, this also puts a strain on the ducting’s structure which can lead to increased levels of wear and tear. This is why Combi Ducting is different to normal ducting. With normal ducting, the walls are made out of flexible aluminium that after a certain amount of use, weakens and degrades. This can lead to increased levels of noise due to fractures appearing in the ducting’s structure.
With Combi Ducting there is no need for gardeners to worry about this happening. This is because Combi Ducting not only contains the same flexible aluminium as normal ducting, but the outer wall is also coated with a protective layer of PVC. This gives the ducting an extra level of durability, which ultimately gives gardeners piece-of-mind that their Ducting won’t fail on them and increase the noise their grow room creates.
Combi Ducting Specifications
- Made from durable aluminium, polyester and PVC
- Available in sizes of 4″, 5″, 6″, 8″, 10″ & 12.5″ with variations of either 5 or 10 metre lengths
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