Air intake occurs through the ducts in your room and refers to how airflow is removed from the room. A passive intake utilizes natural airflow through the vents and holes within the grow tent or room walls. Active intake pulls air into your room with an intake fan. This also allows for more circulation in the room and is great for ventilating a grow.
There is a need for negative air pressure, recreate the natural outdoor conditions, and measure air pressure in your room or tent to help ensure optimal flow and to exert control over the plant’s environment. When the air pressure is negative that means that more air is leaving the room than there is air coming in it. All of this makes controlling the CO2, temperature, and humidity in your grow room easier while disguising the old air and dank smell from building up in the room.
A tent flange for growing marijuana comes with a light-blocking fabric on each side to ensure that when your vegetative stage growth needs complete darkness, it can get it. Flange fittings are sturdy, easy to get, and a great method of sealing connecting fittings and inlets. Some are designed to clamp together like a clamshell, there is pressure surrounding all the universal flange joints with this method. Gaskets that are replaceable, have features that are wraparound to posit proper alignment of the adjoining fittings.
A reducer is a metal connecting piece for ducts and pipe, made from the construction of sturdy galvanized steel. Sizes can be anywhere around 6-inches. However when speaking about reducers one may be searching for pH reducers, which are helpful to maintain flowers growing in maintaining alkalinity and acidity. You need to have pH reducers in order to get the proper amount of nutrients to the plants; not too much, which can cause nutrient lockout, nor too little.