Rhino 8 inch Carbon Filter Kit RVK A1 Fan 10 meters Aluminium Ducting
Our best value fan, filter & duct package ever!
Rhino Filter Kit (8 inch) Complete Ventilation Kits
This excellent value ventilation system comes complete with an extractor fan, carbon filter and ducting.
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.
Who is behind Rhino Filters?
Rhino Filters is the new name in carbon Filters. We have gained world-wide recognition for producing the best carbon filter in the world. We have a contract to purchase RC412 carbon from Tiwest in Australia and have a large manufacturing facility in China. We ship our carbon direct from Tiwest to China and then distribute around the world. This results in a considerable cost but does guarantee the quality of the carbon we use.
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.
Features of Rhino Pro Filters:
50mm bed of RC412 activated carbon.
1.6mm aluminium tops and bases for reduced weight.
Unique “Anti Air Bypass” system.
51% open area custom mesh for greater air flow.
Machine packed carbon means more carbon and less movement.
Coned internal base for optimum air flow
Sealed, boxed and labelled directly after manufacture for optimum lifespan, handling and presentation
The kit contains:
RVK 8 inch A1 fan
Rhino Pro carbon filter
10 metres of aluminium ducting.
2 metre power cable with plug
To calculate the size of kit you require simply follow these instructions:
Measure the Height, Length and Width (in metres) of the growing environment.
Multiply together (H x L x W) to give the cubic meter volume.
Multiply this figure by 60.
This is the size of kit required to change the air 60 times in an hour.
Buy the kit slightly above the figure calculated if possible to ensure adequate ventilation.