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    You could invest in a hygrotherm paired with a humidifier and fan. That really helps to lower the temperature.

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    I think you mentioned that to me in the chat. I found the one by I think zoomed for reptiles. Do you think that would work with "Patrick Humidifer"? I'd love to have something that would drop the temps and alternate my fans and humidifier for me.

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    As long as the humidifier connects to any US wall plugin then yes it would work. Keep in mind how your gonna get the humidity in the setup, I have a tube that directs the humidity into my setup.

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    It is a standar outlet. I just fixed the link on my photo. You can see the tube I use also. It goes in through the top. I posted a more updated scene of my tank with a video in the general discussion forum if you want to see that.

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    where is the link?

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    The photo of the humidifer is on this thread page one my post 10. The video was posted here
    http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=130244

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    yea that humidifier should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    Agree - it's probably inevitable that a refrigerant-based solution is in his future.

    Swords has a good thread somewhere where he explains his setup. There are also a few on cpuk. Some use air conditioners, some have used small refrigerators to cool water & cool a tank, some modify a small frig and use it as their enclosure and at least one uses a modified chest freezer. Many ways to solve the puzzle. If you have dry air, a swamp cooler may work....
    Oh the air here is plenty dry here in tx. But even if I used a swamp cooler how would i rig it to the terrarium Would it be more convenient( and less of a hazard) to do it outside?
    Also while I'm at it what about buying one of those grow tents and hooking up an air conditioner or swamp cooler to that? Would that work? Thanks
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