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(2007) diy build your own hps cooltube - mogie

(2007) diy build your own hps cooltube - mogie

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DIY Build Your Own HPS Cool Tube
\u00a9 2007Mogie \u2013 RollItup.Org

Introduction......................................................................................................................... 2
Configuration.................................................................................................................. 2
Tools Needed.................................................................................................................. 3
Materials......................................................................................................................... 4
Hurricane Glass Tube......................................................................................................... 5
Mounting the socket inside the tube............................................................................... 6
Running the wires........................................................................................................... 7
Pyrex Baking Tube............................................................................................................. 8
Ventilation Performance............................................................................................... 10
SAFETY NOTICE............................................................................................................ 11

Introduction
Configuration
This type of fixture is very versatile. There are many different ways it can be
configured:
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hanging or mounted on a chamber wall
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open-ended drawing air from the grow or ducted to a separate intake
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passively or actively cooled
Tools Needed
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Power drill with 1/8" or 3/16" drill bit
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4.25" hole saw
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pop rivet gun (optional)
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flat head and Phillips head screw drivers

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