A grow room extractor fan usually goes on the top part of the grow space and is connected by a tube to the carbon filter.
First of all, you need to know that all power outlets are on a circuit, meaning that it doesn’t matter if you’re connecting the light fixture to one outlet and the exhaust fan to another, if the outlets are in the same room it’s most likely that they belong to the same circuit and circuit can only take a specific amount before they overload.
When building your own cannabis indoor grow room, make sure you’re taking the appropriate measure so it’s solid, steady, and can support the growing equipment and you’ll have a fully functional grow room while spending way less than buying one at a grow shop.
So first of all, you’ll need to identify the circuit you’ll be using, now, you can definitely connect your equipment to two separate circuits if needed but you’ll need some extension cords so to avoid all the trouble, you can just calculate how much your circuit can take and be safe.
The result of your DIY grow tent or grow box should be something similar to this:
If you want to start growing your own cannabis you don’t need to spend a lot, despite the cost of a ventilation system and lights, you can easily build your own indoor growing space by yourself.
First, you’ll need to cut and assemble the poles into something like this:
With some minor differences, obviously.
Just remember that this is the max wattage the whole circuit can handle and not the max wattage one individual outlet can take!
It generally costs more to turn a full room into a grow room rather than simply buying a grow tent; you need to prepare the entire room so that it can efficiently hold and keep cannabis plants alive. Although it may cost a bit more, it’s definitely a much comfier way to grow cannabis. You can get larger yields, grow larger plants and have enough space to get everything done in the one room, which can be difficult in grow tents.
Disinfecting and Hygiene
Growing indoors requires quite a lot of electric devices that need to be turned on and off at specific times; you’ll need to use a timer system in order to keep them working properly. The best way to do this is to get a full controller system that allows you to program everything on the one system.
Once you have your extraction system, intake and filtering system installed and you’ve covered the walls in reflective sheeting, it’s time to start installing your lighting kit.