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    So will wrapping a towel over my carbon reduce relative humidity passing through the filter.

    Ie I'm at 65 humidity for vpd atm but carbon filter starts to loose its self at this. So would wrapping it in a towel in sure it will reduce some humidity.??

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    TBH I think it will just reduce air flow & that will increase your humidity


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    Most carbon filters are good to around 80% are you sure its shitting out at 65%?
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    Default towel on carbon filter humidity

    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    TBH I think it will just reduce air flow & that will increase your humidity
    Good shout MC, That's true.. I didn't think of that when I was thinking about it


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    To reduce humidity, look at increasing your air flow - although be aware of the humidity of the air in the room you intake from

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    To reduce humidity, look at increasing your air flow - although be aware of the humidity of the air in the room you intake from



    I need 65 to 75 on purpose for 36 degree veg v p d. Im staying low ended 65 to stop hittin the carbon

    Rh is 40 normal im bribging it to here and im still slappin fast in vent im on a 4 foot carbon filter fan contrilled 1000cmf fan

    I need it up atm

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