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  • 90W Illuminator UFO LED light - Chillis Galore Forums
    using good ol outdoor sunlight before that My Tabascos fruiting beautifully under their new light I ll answer any questions to the best of my ability This is the first major grow light I ve owned so I can t really compare much to HID results I also haven t tried seedlings under this light yet but will be starting some soon and will keep you guys posted Matt Top wuyang Chilli Head Posts 81 Joined Fri Oct 16 2009 10 46 pm Location Sheffield South Yorkshire Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by wuyang Sat Feb 19 2011 8 55 pm Very interesting Something i may consider in the future Top mattydeakin Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by mattydeakin Mon Feb 28 2011 9 02 pm A picture of the light at all Top talas Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by talas Wed Mar 02 2011 11 21 am Bought some in Dubai in 2009 as i had seen a large industrial grow test when i was working there the same company where also testing the 90 watt U F O LEDS Lights and was so impressed i bought a couple back with me to the u k Through Autumn Winter 2009 the growth rates where amazing and the light spread across large plants in a 4 5 metere area was very impressive would recomend these without question T Top Anja Chilli Head Posts 257 Joined Fri Jan 01 2010 10 08 pm Location Slagelse Denmark Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by Anja Wed Mar 02 2011 7 33 pm Found this link http www prosourceworldwide com Illum 2090w htm Top mattydeakin Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by mattydeakin Wed Mar 02 2011 7 37 pm Anja wrote Found this link http www prosourceworldwide com Illum 2090w htm Wow look pretty expensive Top snagglepuss Chilli Guru Posts 1059 Joined Sat Jun 05 2010 7 16 pm Location preston uk Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by snagglepuss Sun Mar 27 2011 12 18 am were can you get them from in the uk looked on ebay but not sure as some come from china hong kong etc seen one on growlightsled co uk but dont know if the same product Top Libertaz Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by Libertaz Fri Jul 29 2011 4 02 pm Seems like you know your led s Do you know what kind of light is best for the plants Im going to order some led s and combine my own I was thinking about 20 blue 465 Nm 10 orange 625Nm and 70 red 660Nm Any thought on that Im not the best when it comes to lights so im thankfull for any tips Top mrz1988 Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by mrz1988 Tue Aug 09 2011 7 53 pm Sadly LEDs are still an inexact science I haven t seen a single ratio that has been confirmed the best for any particular plant I recommend that you read as many reviews as you can before you go setting down some big bucks on a light like that If you find this light I recommend it although after more experimentation I find that it s only good in a relatively small radius I had a bit of trouble growing more than 3 4 plants in fruit but this might have been an issue with the height of the lamp It seems that the ratio you want needs to be high in red presumably because red light is necessary for growth and especially flower but contains less energy per lux than blue light If you are only planning on starting your plants with an LED only the first month or so after sprout I would recommend trying CFLs or another low cost option as this light is overkill for that Some of my seedlings actually started getting a suntan from this light when I tried it this year so I pulled it for a couple CFLs until they got bigger If you plan on finishing your plants indoors make sure you are wary of buggies they explode in number if you bring an outdoor plant in and get a well tested LED or HID light I m still experimenting with LEDs myself so I m a little less vocal about them right now trying to make sure they do what I think they do before I go recommending them to everyone Fruiting indoors can be tricky and expensive The best advice I can give you is to make sure you know what you re getting don t cheap out on your light and give this thread a quick read through so you know what you re getting into viewtopic php t 10753 When in doubt read reviews The guys that grow weed know lights better than all of us so don t be afraid to browse those forums a bit for advice Unfortunately there s a bunch of stoners that don t know what they re talking about so be wary Top Libertaz Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by Libertaz Thu Aug 11 2011 11 47 am I have a 90w UFO led 2w per dioed and my chillies loved it My grow space was about 170 109cm and i had 9 chillies in there 6 big ones flowering and 3 Bhut jolokia growing I had the light about 50 70cm from the plants to get the light radius i needed and they seemed to liked it The thing that suprised me the most was the Bhut Jolokias they were about 120cm from the led and they looked green and healty They didn t grow fast at all but they stayed very green and looked good for being so far from the light id say thats pretty good But as i moved the Bhut Jolokia into a DR60 grow

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
    Password I forgot my password Resend activation email Remember me Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • 90W Illuminator UFO LED light - Chillis Galore Forums
    using good ol outdoor sunlight before that My Tabascos fruiting beautifully under their new light I ll answer any questions to the best of my ability This is the first major grow light I ve owned so I can t really compare much to HID results I also haven t tried seedlings under this light yet but will be starting some soon and will keep you guys posted Matt Top wuyang Chilli Head Posts 81 Joined Fri Oct 16 2009 10 46 pm Location Sheffield South Yorkshire Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by wuyang Sat Feb 19 2011 8 55 pm Very interesting Something i may consider in the future Top mattydeakin Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by mattydeakin Mon Feb 28 2011 9 02 pm A picture of the light at all Top talas Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by talas Wed Mar 02 2011 11 21 am Bought some in Dubai in 2009 as i had seen a large industrial grow test when i was working there the same company where also testing the 90 watt U F O LEDS Lights and was so impressed i bought a couple back with me to the u k Through Autumn Winter 2009 the growth rates where amazing and the light spread across large plants in a 4 5 metere area was very impressive would recomend these without question T Top Anja Chilli Head Posts 257 Joined Fri Jan 01 2010 10 08 pm Location Slagelse Denmark Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by Anja Wed Mar 02 2011 7 33 pm Found this link http www prosourceworldwide com Illum 2090w htm Top mattydeakin Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by mattydeakin Wed Mar 02 2011 7 37 pm Anja wrote Found this link http www prosourceworldwide com Illum 2090w htm Wow look pretty expensive Top snagglepuss Chilli Guru Posts 1059 Joined Sat Jun 05 2010 7 16 pm Location preston uk Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by snagglepuss Sun Mar 27 2011 12 18 am were can you get them from in the uk looked on ebay but not sure as some come from china hong kong etc seen one on growlightsled co uk but dont know if the same product Top Libertaz Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by Libertaz Fri Jul 29 2011 4 02 pm Seems like you know your led s Do you know what kind of light is best for the plants Im going to order some led s and combine my own I was thinking about 20 blue 465 Nm 10 orange 625Nm and 70 red 660Nm Any thought on that Im not the best when it comes to lights so im thankfull for any tips Top mrz1988 Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by mrz1988 Tue Aug 09 2011 7 53 pm Sadly LEDs are still an inexact science I haven t seen a single ratio that has been confirmed the best for any particular plant I recommend that you read as many reviews as you can before you go setting down some big bucks on a light like that If you find this light I recommend it although after more experimentation I find that it s only good in a relatively small radius I had a bit of trouble growing more than 3 4 plants in fruit but this might have been an issue with the height of the lamp It seems that the ratio you want needs to be high in red presumably because red light is necessary for growth and especially flower but contains less energy per lux than blue light If you are only planning on starting your plants with an LED only the first month or so after sprout I would recommend trying CFLs or another low cost option as this light is overkill for that Some of my seedlings actually started getting a suntan from this light when I tried it this year so I pulled it for a couple CFLs until they got bigger If you plan on finishing your plants indoors make sure you are wary of buggies they explode in number if you bring an outdoor plant in and get a well tested LED or HID light I m still experimenting with LEDs myself so I m a little less vocal about them right now trying to make sure they do what I think they do before I go recommending them to everyone Fruiting indoors can be tricky and expensive The best advice I can give you is to make sure you know what you re getting don t cheap out on your light and give this thread a quick read through so you know what you re getting into viewtopic php t 10753 When in doubt read reviews The guys that grow weed know lights better than all of us so don t be afraid to browse those forums a bit for advice Unfortunately there s a bunch of stoners that don t know what they re talking about so be wary Top Libertaz Re 90W Illuminator UFO LED light Quote Post by Libertaz Thu Aug 11 2011 11 47 am I have a 90w UFO led 2w per dioed and my chillies loved it My grow space was about 170 109cm and i had 9 chillies in there 6 big ones flowering and 3 Bhut jolokia growing I had the light about 50 70cm from the plants to get the light radius i needed and they seemed to liked it The thing that suprised me the most was the Bhut Jolokias they were about 120cm from the led and they looked green and healty They didn t grow fast at all but they stayed very green and looked good for being so far from the light id say thats pretty good But as i moved the Bhut Jolokia into a DR60 grow

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  • GS Vitopod Heated Propagator - Chillis Galore Forums
    50 pm Location Southport UK Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Ben123 Tue Jan 07 2014 10 51 am Here s the graph I mentioned Measured using an expensive temperature logger with thermocouples and readings logged every minute The Vitopod maintained an average temperature of 30 4oC once it reached temperature Impressive Top TheLargeOne Chilli Head Posts 264 Joined Sat Sep 03 2011 10 33 pm Location Taunton Somerset Contact Contact TheLargeOne Website Twitter Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by TheLargeOne Wed Feb 12 2014 11 22 am going for 2 of these for next season the large Sankey ones i have have been good for the past 2 years but have started noticing cold spots and big temp swings gonna make do for the next few weeks sowing but they will be binned after Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by ChilliJez Wed Feb 12 2014 7 42 pm TheLargeOne wrote going for 2 of these for next season the large Sankey ones i have have been good for the past 2 years but have started noticing cold spots and big temp swings gonna make do for the next few weeks sowing but they will be binned after ebay Top Ben Chilli Head Posts 279 Joined Mon May 03 2004 7 57 pm Location just outside winchester Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Ben Sun Mar 02 2014 10 10 am After years of drooling over other peoples posts of giant vitopods I have finally succumbed A large double height prop is on it s way to me now My superhots are already underway but the annuums put down yesterday can move into a lovely new home early next week Should make the whole germination process much more straightforward set it and forget it almost or at least here s hoping Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Slyboy Sun Mar 02 2014 11 25 am I have been desperately holding off buying one of these for a few years but can feel my willpower slipping Must be strong must be strong Top benn wood Chilli Head Posts 227 Joined Thu Feb 24 2011 1 48 pm Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by benn wood Mon Mar 03 2014 3 04 pm I actually bought one 3 weeks ago and I love it Still trying to get to grips with it though had mixed results so far but I don t know if that s because I ve had it set too high 26 degrees or if it s just the seeds that I ve had bad luck with Top FireyPed Chilli Head Posts 77 Joined Sat Oct 25 2008 8 18 am Location Kidderminster Worcestershire UK Contact Contact FireyPed Website Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by FireyPed

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  • GS Vitopod Heated Propagator - Page 3 - Chillis Galore Forums
    Propagator Post by RossDargan Mon Apr 20 2015 2 46 pm I was wondering how I was going to convince my wife that I needed one of these guess I ll wait until this issue is resolved Hope you get it sorted well actually I hope it sorted for you by now Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Mon Apr 20 2015 8 24 pm Still not sorted the production team are looking into it Its a joke it really is Twisted1 Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by ChilliJez Tue Apr 21 2015 12 11 am Twisted1 wrote UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE So its a day late and i get home all excited and unpack my replacement Vitopod base Out of the box the base has a bowing three quarters of the way down I want to scream but that won t help what should i do please forum members can you watch this video and give me some advice https www dropbox com s 5uhvfjgw4bi4v4l 20150331 201833 mp4 dl 0 Twisted Mark I think your point is clearly and fairly expressed I haven t responded before to this post so must have missed it I apopogise Top Chilli Keith Chilli Guru Posts 1269 Joined Sat Jan 03 2015 11 06 pm Location West Sussex Contact Contact Chilli Keith Facebook Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Chilli Keith Wed Apr 22 2015 12 05 am Bad news here our second Vitopod is warped on what seems like one side only It s 3 4 full of plants so can t do a proper check at the moment I ve not check the one at The Community House yet but will do tomorrow Very sad that an award winning bit of kit has a design manufacture change and becomes un award winning bit of kit I m guessing next year I ll be filling it with sand in order to get an even temperature or maybe GHS will get a new batch made Will email them shortly RossDargan wrote I was wondering how I was going to convince my wife that I needed one of these guess I ll wait until this issue is resolved Hope you get it sorted well actually I hope it sorted for you by now For me the design of the top is great and necessary as it avoids water drips and humidity in the conservatory Unfortunately the temperature is uneven when the base warps which is particularly noticeable with young seedlings which dry out quickly compared to others in different positions It s a lot of money to fork out while this problem persists particularly when evenness of temperature is one of the reasons that I bought one and I recommended it to another project I work with Worth waiting I think but also worth buying once fixed Top kizkiz Seedling Posts 11 Joined Tue Sep 13 2011 5 13 pm Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by kizkiz Wed Apr 22 2015 10 48 am I actually had this issue a couple of years ago Used it fine the first year then when I set it up for the second year it had the warped bulging base Greenhouse sensations were great as they agreed to look at it even though outside warranty period and fixed it free of charge as it was a manufacturing fault No attempts to fob me off It is in its second season since the fix and no issues Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Wed Apr 22 2015 1 22 pm Sorry but this GS vitopod is a great design but the quality is shite they made out like this had never happen before i told them that we Chillis Galore Forum have had a few of these and that is was not the first time this had happened still waiting for a response waste of time and money Twisted Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Thu Apr 23 2015 4 24 pm here is an email i got From Charlotte Wood Charlotte Wood greenhousesensation co uk Date 23 April 2015 15 50 54 GMT 01 00 To Mark Pritchard datwistedone gmail com Subject RE My replacement has a fault please show this to the technical department Hello Mark Thank you for your patience I have spoken with our technical team regarding this and also looked at the bases myself Our vitopods are designed so they will heat up a lot quicker than other propagators in order for this to happen the Heat mat is directly under the base were your plants sit I have looked at your base next to a few of the other bases we have in stock here and they did are have the small air pocket which yours has although this is only small I do understand you are unhappy with this I have passed this on to both my manager and the manufacturing manager to look into As I understand you are not happy with the product I am happy to collect the remaining parts you have there from you and refund you for the vitopod I am sorry for the delay but I wanted to make sure I had all the information If you would like to arrange a collection please can you let me know and I will arrange this Kind regards Charlotte Customer Service Greenhouse Sensation lets see if you spot what i spotted I have looked at your base next to a few of the other bases we have

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  • GS Vitopod Heated Propagator - Page 2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    potted up and kept warm for the day I m looking forward to using this Top Ben123 Moderator Posts 1439 Joined Thu Jun 02 2011 12 50 pm Location Southport UK Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Ben123 Thu Feb 12 2015 10 42 pm It s a great bit of kit completely removes the worry uncertainty I was used to with the cheapo prop I started with Set and forget Top Palendrone Chilli Head Posts 233 Joined Thu Apr 04 2013 9 30 pm Location Leamington Spa GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Palendrone Fri Feb 13 2015 12 23 am Chilli Keith wrote Nice quick delivery Garden Sensation Thank you What a wonderfully designed and manufactured bit of kit I ve only built one layer out of the three and it will be coming with me to The Community House tomorrow along with about 200 or so of our 450 500ish chilli seedlings to be potted up and kept warm for the day I m looking forward to using this Snap Built one of the three tiers and got it turned on Couldn t agree more on the quality aspect very impressed so far and worth noting it ll keep any pesky aphids away from plants for now 0 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Tue Feb 24 2015 10 54 pm Just found that I have warping of the plastic base of my deluxe Heated Vitopod This is not right is it I only have a few trays in there and they are light as I only use coco coir Should I contact greenhouse sensation and ask for a replacement Don t mean to sound rude but they are expensive and I expected better quility than that Advice please guys Twisted Top Chilli Keith Chilli Guru Posts 1269 Joined Sat Jan 03 2015 11 06 pm Location West Sussex Contact Contact Chilli Keith Facebook Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Chilli Keith Tue Feb 24 2015 11 44 pm Twisted1 wrote Just found that I have warping of the plastic base of my deluxe Heated Vitopod This is not right is it I only have a few trays in there and they are light as I only use coco coir Should I contact greenhouse sensation and ask for a replacement Don t mean to sound rude but they are expensive and I expected better quility than that Advice please guys Twisted I d get in touch and see that they say I ll be taking lots out of mine this week to get the next batch of seeds going so will check the base of mine too Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border England Contact Contact Heefy Website GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Heefy Thu Feb

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  • GS Vitopod Heated Propagator - Page 3 - Chillis Galore Forums
    Propagator Post by RossDargan Mon Apr 20 2015 2 46 pm I was wondering how I was going to convince my wife that I needed one of these guess I ll wait until this issue is resolved Hope you get it sorted well actually I hope it sorted for you by now Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Mon Apr 20 2015 8 24 pm Still not sorted the production team are looking into it Its a joke it really is Twisted1 Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by ChilliJez Tue Apr 21 2015 12 11 am Twisted1 wrote UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE So its a day late and i get home all excited and unpack my replacement Vitopod base Out of the box the base has a bowing three quarters of the way down I want to scream but that won t help what should i do please forum members can you watch this video and give me some advice https www dropbox com s 5uhvfjgw4bi4v4l 20150331 201833 mp4 dl 0 Twisted Mark I think your point is clearly and fairly expressed I haven t responded before to this post so must have missed it I apopogise Top Chilli Keith Chilli Guru Posts 1269 Joined Sat Jan 03 2015 11 06 pm Location West Sussex Contact Contact Chilli Keith Facebook Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Chilli Keith Wed Apr 22 2015 12 05 am Bad news here our second Vitopod is warped on what seems like one side only It s 3 4 full of plants so can t do a proper check at the moment I ve not check the one at The Community House yet but will do tomorrow Very sad that an award winning bit of kit has a design manufacture change and becomes un award winning bit of kit I m guessing next year I ll be filling it with sand in order to get an even temperature or maybe GHS will get a new batch made Will email them shortly RossDargan wrote I was wondering how I was going to convince my wife that I needed one of these guess I ll wait until this issue is resolved Hope you get it sorted well actually I hope it sorted for you by now For me the design of the top is great and necessary as it avoids water drips and humidity in the conservatory Unfortunately the temperature is uneven when the base warps which is particularly noticeable with young seedlings which dry out quickly compared to others in different positions It s a lot of money to fork out while this problem persists particularly when evenness of temperature is one of the reasons that I bought one and I recommended it to another project I work with Worth waiting I think but also worth buying once fixed Top kizkiz Seedling Posts 11 Joined Tue Sep 13 2011 5 13 pm Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by kizkiz Wed Apr 22 2015 10 48 am I actually had this issue a couple of years ago Used it fine the first year then when I set it up for the second year it had the warped bulging base Greenhouse sensations were great as they agreed to look at it even though outside warranty period and fixed it free of charge as it was a manufacturing fault No attempts to fob me off It is in its second season since the fix and no issues Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Wed Apr 22 2015 1 22 pm Sorry but this GS vitopod is a great design but the quality is shite they made out like this had never happen before i told them that we Chillis Galore Forum have had a few of these and that is was not the first time this had happened still waiting for a response waste of time and money Twisted Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re GS Vitopod Heated Propagator Post by Twisted1 Thu Apr 23 2015 4 24 pm here is an email i got From Charlotte Wood Charlotte Wood greenhousesensation co uk Date 23 April 2015 15 50 54 GMT 01 00 To Mark Pritchard datwistedone gmail com Subject RE My replacement has a fault please show this to the technical department Hello Mark Thank you for your patience I have spoken with our technical team regarding this and also looked at the bases myself Our vitopods are designed so they will heat up a lot quicker than other propagators in order for this to happen the Heat mat is directly under the base were your plants sit I have looked at your base next to a few of the other bases we have in stock here and they did are have the small air pocket which yours has although this is only small I do understand you are unhappy with this I have passed this on to both my manager and the manufacturing manager to look into As I understand you are not happy with the product I am happy to collect the remaining parts you have there from you and refund you for the vitopod I am sorry for the delay but I wanted to make sure I had all the information If you would like to arrange a collection please can you let me know and I will arrange this Kind regards Charlotte Customer Service Greenhouse Sensation lets see if you spot what i spotted I have looked at your base next to a few of the other bases we have

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  • Solar Fans for Greenhouse - Chillis Galore Forums
    Greenhouse Quote Post by ronniedeb Thu Apr 16 2015 3 53 pm I ll be watching this with interest Dennish Would suit my small greenhouse too Hope they work out for you Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by ChilliJez Thu Apr 16 2015 11 18 pm It would be cheap and self regulating to make a solar chimney Worth considering No moving parts http en wikipedia org wiki Solar chimney Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by dennish Fri Apr 17 2015 10 34 am ChilliJez wrote It would be cheap and self regulating to make a solar chimney Worth considering No moving parts http en wikipedia org wiki Solar chimney Very interesting Jeremy not sure how this could be incorporated into an existing GH structure Do you use this method at all Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by dennish Fri Apr 17 2015 10 34 am ChilliJez wrote It would be cheap and self regulating to make a solar chimney Worth considering No moving parts http en wikipedia org wiki Solar chimney Very interesting Jeremy not sure how this could be incorporated into an existing GH structure Do you use this method at all Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by ChilliJez Sat Apr 18 2015 10 55 pm Dennis I have no experience of this but

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