150mm Iso Max Fan (w/o speed controller)
Isomax Acoustic Fan
Iso Max duct fans are exceptional products, currently the best available for the purposes of moving air to-and-from your grow area. Iso Max fans generate immense air-pressure, easily outperforming other duct fans on the market.
Isomax duct fans – prestige products at the pinnacle of the market
Sublime build-quality – the Rolls Royce of duct fans
Integrated silencing technology delivers extremely low noise-levels
High-torque motor generates immense air-pressure
Energy-saving – efficient Swiss-engineered motor
Reliable and hassle-free – maintenance is rarely an issue
Two built-in hanging attachments for easy positioning
How the Isomax Acoustic Fan Works:
Iso Max Fans are designed from the ground-up to reduce noise levels. The outer casing functions as a silencer and has a thick layer of insulating foam-lining around its inside, providing outstanding sound protection. Remarkably lightweight, Iso Max Fans feature Swiss-engineered, energy-efficient motors, reducing power consumption and lowering energy bills, making them incredibly economical.
This product works just fine when connected directly to the mains socket, but, for added functionality, we recommend using it with a quality hybrid or 5-step fan-speed controller. This will enable you to lower the amount of air movement through your extraction system during times when it may be preferable.
These fans are highly reliable. Once installed, operational failures are rare, making them practically maintenance free. Overheating is prevented by a thermal switch, so peace of mind can be maintained at all times.
Isomax Acoustic Fan:
Iso Max Fans are used to move air to-and-from your grow area. For the purpose of removing odours, you will need to use this product in conjunction with a suitably matched carbon filter. Always double-check that your filter can accommodate the huge levels of air-flow that these fans will draw through them, otherwise, their effectiveness may be compromised. This could lead to the escape of unwanted odours and a loss of efficiency. We only ever recommend using quality Filters such as CAN-LITE Filters, especially for use with fans of this prestige.
The Iso Max Fan will need to be positioned AFTER the carbon filter in your extraction setup. Stale air should be sucked through the filter and away from the grow area using the Iso Max Fan, and then ducted outside. Be sure to check that the positioning of your duct fan correctly matches the direction of the airflow in your extraction system before connecting the ducting. There are hanging attachments on either side of the Air Force 2 to ensure that it can be positioned easily. Rope Ratchets are the ideal product to use they’re perfect for supporting larger items, hanging fans in this way helps to lower vibration and reduce noise.
Keep the layout of your ducting simple, forming the shortest, straightest route to an outside area possible. If using flexi-ducting, ensure that it is fully stretched out, in order to remove any folds. Following this advice will lower air-resistance and allow you to get as close to 100% efficiency as is achievable. Ducting arrangements that are too long or have too many bends will create unnecessary noise and lower the effectiveness of your extraction. Putting a little time and effort into planning this aspect of your grow will pay dividends, helping to keep the air that your plants depend on as fresh as possible.
The Iso Max is supplied with a pre-attached power cable of at least 1 metre in length, but will require the fitting of a 3-pin plug. The relatively short span of the supplied cable could be an issue if your fan is to be positioned in an area without a power socket in close proximity, so it may be advisable to have an electrically competent person fit it with an IEC connector. This would allow you to power-up the unit with any cable that has an IEC connection and a suitably fused plug.
The high-torque motors on these duct fans are incredibly powerful, so under no circumstance should you ever put your fingers anywhere near the fan blades when they are operational. Doing so will almost certainly result in serious injury.
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