BudBox Intake Air Sock for Original BudBox Tents
  • 94790 %28discontinued%29 budbox airsock for use with 100mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94840 %28last few%29   budbox airsock for use with 150mm fan to fit extra large tent
  • 94790 %28discontinued%29 budbox airsock for use with 100mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94800 %28last few%29 budbox airsock for use with 125mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94820 %28last few%29 budbox airsock for use with 125mm fan to fit extra large tent
  • 94790 %28discontinued%29 budbox airsock for use with 100mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94840 %28last few%29   budbox airsock for use with 150mm fan to fit extra large tent

BudBox Intake Air Sock for Original BudBox Tents

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Choose your size of BudBox Intake Air Sock:

100mm (4") diameter for 0.75m x 0.75m tent (Subtract: £5.05)

£11.50 £11.50
BudBox Intake Air Sock for Original BudBox Tents
  • 94790 %28discontinued%29 budbox airsock for use with 100mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94840 %28last few%29   budbox airsock for use with 150mm fan to fit extra large tent
  • 94790 %28discontinued%29 budbox airsock for use with 100mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94800 %28last few%29 budbox airsock for use with 125mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94820 %28last few%29 budbox airsock for use with 125mm fan to fit extra large tent
  • 94790 %28discontinued%29 budbox airsock for use with 100mm fan to fit small medium tent
  • 94840 %28last few%29   budbox airsock for use with 150mm fan to fit extra large tent

Get Even Distribution of Intake air Inside your Original BudBox Tent

Everyone knows that a capable extraction system is essential for drawing out hot stale air from the inside of a grow tent. This effectiveness of the ventilation system can be improved by the addition of an intake fan. To make the most of the incoming fresh air it needs to be evenly distributed throughout the grow tent. The BudBox air sock connects to the intake fan and it lies around the sides and rear of your original BudBox tent, feeding the fresh air uniformly around the bottom of the tent.

Original BudBox tents have a centrally placed ventilation inlet port on the lower part of the rear panel. This positioning suits the shape of these intake socks perfectly. However, in newer versions of BudBox tents, the lower intake port is not positioned centrally which makes these intake socks an unsuitable shape for them.

  • Suit the shape of original BudBox grow tents
  • Lie around the rear and sides of the bottom of the tent
  • Distribute fresh air from the intake fan evenly and consistently around the tent
  • Attaches directly onto an intake fan
  • Sizes to suit most sizes of original BudBox grow tent

Contains

1x BudBox Intake air sock in the size of your choice

Sizes available:
100mm Duct Diameter for Small/Medium Tent (0.75m x 0.75m)
125mm Duct Diameter for Small/Medium Tent (0.75m x 0.75m)
125mm Duct Diameter for Large Tent (1m x 1m)
125mm Duct Diameter for XL Tent (1.2m x 1.2m)
150mm Duct Diameter for Large Tent (1m x 1m)
150mm Duct Diameter for XL Tent (1.2m x 1.2m)
150mm Duct Diameter for XX Tent (1.2m x 2.4m)
200mm Duct Diameter for XX Tent (1.2m x 2.4m)

 

How BudBox Air Socks Work

BudBox Air Socks are made from a semi-breathable fabric. When connected to an inlet fan, the sock inflates and air breathes through the fabric throughout the whole of its shape. The socks are in the shape of a U and fit around the rear and the sides of a grow tent. Because the air comes out throughout the whole of its shape, the fresh intake air is far more evenly distributed than if it came straight of the fan or a piece of ducting. This ensures that all the plants in the tent will benefit from fresh air and it also helps to avoid "cold-spots".

How to use a BudBox Air Sock

At the centre of the rear of an original BudBox grow tent there is a sleeve for intake ducting. The inlet to the BudBox Air Sock goes through this ventilation sleeve and can be connected on to a duct fan on the other side. A duct clip is ideal for holding the air sock on to the flange on the fan. The rest of the sock can be laid out around the bottom of the grow tent going along the rear and then along the sides. Once the air sock has been laid out and connected to the duct fan it can be switched on.

Whenever an inlet fan is operating in a grow space, it is essential that there is also an extraction system operating too. The extraction system should be set up to draw more air out than the intake system brings in. This is essential in order to create a "negative pressure" in the grow-space. If more air is drawn into the grow space than is drawn out then air can be pushed out through gaps such as around doors, windows or anywhere there is not a perfect seal. The air being pushed out will also carry with it the smell of growing plants.

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