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    Thanks guys!

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    hate to be redundant but beautiful box!

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    I'm so jealous
    That setup is so awesome! And so are the plants! This is truly inspirational... I've been planning on building a highland chamber for months now but I haven't got to it because I want everything to be perfect as I can get it, and when I saw this I really got some ideas.

    I just need to say it one more time, awesome grow chamber!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmiller View Post
    The reason I chose this system is because with the large reservoir the system can actually maintain significant cooling throughout the night. Also since the cooling system recirculates air from inside the tank and passes it through an ultrasonic humidifier after the heat exchanger, the air doesn't become dried out by the cooling system the way an air conditioner would drop the humidity.

    Let me know if you have more questions!
    Hi Matt,
    Question about your heat exchanger: does the water removed from the moist air by the cold heat exchanger @ night just drain back through the lower ductwork tube into the bottom of your chamber & ultimately back into your reservoir tank?

    Also, have you made any changes to your system since you published this?
    Last edited by RL7836; 02-12-2015 at 12:47 PM.
    All the best,
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    just an idea, but i think getting a tall mini fridge would save you alot of money on the power bill. it would cost a bit at first to buy the copper coil, but you can stack TONS of coil in one of those fridges and get alot more cooling for the power

    also really like the MH combo with the florescent. helps alot when you have the taller plants mixed with the shorter ones to make sure every1 is getting enough light, and the extra sunrise/sunset dimming effect

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