Kahn Atom Climate Control 12KW
The Khan Atom will give you total power over your growing environment regardless of the size - the ultra lightweight air conditioning unit is designed and tuned to take total control. When the hot weather arrives the Khan Atom - is the ultimate weapon against excessive heat generated by grow lights in the summer months, when the outside temperatures reach over 30+ the unit will easily control and manipulate temperatures ensuring that only cooler air is expelled into your growing area.
How the Kahn Atom Control Air Conditioning Unit works
Khan Air Conditioning Units are split air conditioning systems - as they have two parts one for inside the grow area and the other for outside the building (or far from the grow area in a ventilated space). All the hot air is sucked away from your grow room passed over chiller pipes where it is cooled down using an azeotropic refrigerant mix and then moisture is removed via a de-humidifier.
After been treated the air is next heated and then passed back into the growing area. Kahn Atom Climate Control Units heating element will detect if and when air needs to be heated before going back into the growing environment. So simplified the Kahn Reaper Climate Control Unit removes the heat from the growing area via the internal unit (placed inside the growing area), it is then passed through tubes into the external unit.
Enabling you to grow all year round - regardless of outside temperatures - the Kahn Atom Climate Control 12KW will bring the below benefits to your garden and plants:
- cools & heats areas of up to 14 x 600W lights
- NATO licence equipment
- features Azeotropic refrigeration system
- perfect for closed loop systems
- grow in the highest temperatures
- perfect fit when using CO2
- 3 metres rubber pipe with push fit connections
- requires no water
- auto day & night modes
- compact in design & portable
- efficient and cheap to run
- easy installation - no engineer required
- maintains day/night temperatures
- reduces chance of pathogens, moulds and fungi