16-Inch (400mm) Pedestal Fan
- Keeps the air moving in your grow-room
- 3-speed control
- Easy to adjust height
- Fan can be tilted up or down
- Oscillating (side-to-side) function
- 45 Watts power consumption
- Some assembly required
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A fan in your grow-room is important so that your plants get air moving around them, refreshing the CO2 and helping to keep them cool. This 16-Inch diameter pedestal fan has adjustable height, 3 speed settings and can oscillate or be static. Great value-for-money.
Plants "breathe" in carbon dioxide through small pores in their leaves called stomata.Plants like a little air movement because it refreshes the air around them, giving them more carbon dioxide to breathe. In addition to this, a little air movement helps to keep your plants cool during the summer months and when they are sitting underneath hot lamps. The 16-Inch (400mm) Pedestal Fan is a great way to keep the air moving in a medium size grow-room. This fan has adjustable height, 3-speed settings, can tilt forwards or backwards and can be set to oscillate (the head moves side-to-side). The fan blades are designed for lots of air movement and minimal noise while the surrounding guard mesh is tough and prevents objects accidentaly touching the spinning blades. A great value-for-money item.
Power Consumption: 45 Watts
Minimum Height: 1130mm / 44.5 inches
Maximum Height: 1320mm / 52 inches
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1 x 16-Inch (400mm) Pedestal Fan
Assemble the 16-inch Pedestal Fan according to the instructions. We usually recommend facing the fan towards a wall, so that the air-current "bounces" off the wall to create the air movement in the room, rather than facing it directly at your plants. Adjust the height of the pedestal fan by twisting the centre column twist-grip and then lifting/lowering the fan part until it is the required height. Twist the twist-grip in the opposite direction to lock the fan at that height. Plug the fan in and switch it on by pressing one of the 3 speed-switch settings. The fan can be turned off by pressing the off button.
Never connect an air circulation fan to a fan speed controller. Only use the fans own speed switches to control the fan speed. If an air circulation fan is connected to a fan speed controller designed for in-line duct fans then it will burn out and possibly start a fire.