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First room build 5' x 7' x 13'

surfinstoned

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Ok, so here are some pics of my first grow room. Its not done yet i'm using 2 x4's with metal supports and 1/4 inch drywall. Sorry about the curve on the pics but i had to use my fisheye lens to get close.


 

surfinstoned

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Hello again 420! It's almost done so here are some pics of the room!!! The first pic is of the far end outside the room showing a 4" dust shroom for the fresh air brought into the room. I also used black duct tape for the drywall seams.
 

surfinstoned

New Member
Here is a shot of the length of the room with the very first poster (grand theft auto 4) to cover up the drywall. You can also see the white corner beading I used on the corners.
 

surfinstoned

New Member
Here is a shot of the front of the room with a standard size hollow core door and the small 5,000 btu air conditioner to keep the room cool. Hopefully I won't need it that much but we will see. Oh yeah...and also the 6" hole I had to patch in the drywall that's what that square is, lol don't ask it's a long story.
 

surfinstoned

New Member
In this picture you can see that I'm clearly not done with the room. You can see the extreme 6" air cooled hud hung by a pulley system using 3" garage door pulleys and a 12 foot long steel cable so that it's easy for me to raise and lower the light when needed. I still need to finish the insulation and all the cords.

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surfinstoned

New Member
In this picture we have a 6” inline fan sucking the warmer air out of the room but cooling the light first as well as treating the air for smell through a 6” x 16” charcoal filter. You can also see the nextgen ballast which can run a 400w or a 600w bulb.
 

surfinstoned

New Member
In this picture you can see a 16" wall mounted oscillating fan and to the lower left of the fan is the 4" inline fan bringing in the fresh air for the ladies. The white little box on the top of the pots is a sensor that sends the humidity & room temp to a lcd pad. I also put in ½ white insulation to keep the cool in and also its suppose to be 96% reflective!. I also put some reflective silver down on the ground just so I could get the most from the light.
 

surfinstoned

New Member
In this picture you can see the level controller, 35gal res, another 16" oscillating fan that I put wheels on from a broken chair! (what can I say I'm a handy chick or just a cheap one). In the res there is a 285gph pump to circulate the water and on the wall above the res you can see the air pump going to dual air stones.

 

Twelve12

Member of the Year: 2011 - Member of the Month: Oct 2011 - Nug of the Month: Jan 2012 - Plant of the Month: Feb 2012
Nicely done! I like the first poster you have up.
 
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