Fully Automated Filtering and Humidifcation
If your room is too dry for your plants' stage of growth, you'll need to get more moisture into the air as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, regular tap water can be highly destructive, depositing salty minerals over your precious equipment - just take a look at the images below... The RO Humidifier Kits solve this problem by filtering your water prior to use, and the whole process is fully automated, saving you time and effort! The humidifier runs from a tank that automatically fills up when needed, giving you complete peace of mind while you're away from your grow room. Great for getting your environment dialled in.
How the Automated RO Humidifier Kit Works
There are three main components: an RO unit, a water butt and a humidifier. The RO unit connects to a tap, and it keeps the reservoir filled using a float valve system. When the waterline in the tank drops, the float valve that sits at the top of the tank drops with it, which triggers the RO unit to allow more water through. Your tank is then connected to an HR-15 humidifier, which is capable of releasing 1.5 litres of water into the atmosphere per hour, covering an area of up 30m2. The HR-15 has its own float valve system that draws water from the tank only when needed.
You can choose options with or without a hygrostat. Units like the Enviro Controller and the Intelligent Humidity Controller are capable of switching the HR-15 on and off when needed; if own one of these, or something similar, you won't need the hygrostat. For those who do need the hygrostat, you can rest assured that it's very easy to use. Just choose your setting and forget about it.
Why Not Just Use Regular Tap Water?
The image below is of a reflector that was used in a room with a humidifer. Unfortunately, that humidifier was filled with regular tapwater! Mineral deposits from the tapwater have corroded the reflectors metal, rendering it useless. This is quite an extreme case, as you can see the damage with the naked eye, but even if your reflector appears to be fine, you'll still be losing vital reflectivity if you don't filter your water first. Lower reflectivity means less light, and less light means smaller crops. Don't make this mistake!
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