150mm Rhino Thermostatic Fan Kit

by Rhino
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150mm Rhino Thermostatic Fan Kit


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Product Description

Rhino Fan Thermo 

The Rhino Fan series is designed to be used with the other members of the Rhino product range. The durable casing is manufactured from reinforced plastic and on particular models steel, to give the fan a very strong outer casing that prevents leaks.

The fans are easily installed and removed and come with an easy to fit mounting clamp.

Rhino thermostatically controlled fans allow you to manage air exchange according to your selected idling speed and grow room temperature. They will increase to full speed when the temperature rises above your desired level.

Rhino thermostatically controlled fans are simple to use and are the ideal way of managing the temperature in a growing environment.

100 mm – Plastic Case – Up to 280m3/h
125 mm – Plastic Case – Up to 400m3/h
150 mm – Plastic Case – Up to 760m3/h

Pro Filter Rhino                        

‌The Rhino Pro Filter is constructed from Australian-mined RC412 carbon, the best in the world. The carbon is tightly packed and sealed into a high-efficiency airflow cylinder with a vortex cone in the base and a custom pore surface for maximum transference. The high-porosity carbon and lightweight aluminium make the Rhino filter smaller and easier to handle.

How long will a Rhino Pro Filter last?

Unlike all other carbon filters with effective life spans of 9 to 18 months, our filters have always been known to have an out lasting performance for well over two years. Replacement carbon sleeves are available to make them last even longer.

RAM ALUDUCT Low Noise Ducting

A 3 layer multi-ply reinforced aluminium and polyester laminated ducting with an encapsulated high tensile steel wire helix. This means it holds it shape very well offering less drag than competitor products, thus less noise when in use and less pressure drop. It comes individually boxed in 10m lengths. In the event of a fire, no toxic gases are emitted.