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THERMO-HYGROMETER the best value for money

THERMO-HYGROMETER the best value for money

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WINFLEX VENTILATION

WINFLEX Ventilation fans, air brewers, extractors, air injectors, carbon filters, soundproof boxes, ventilation grilles, ducts, dimmers, thermometers and accessories, all to ensure the Climate control of your indoor culture.

Thank you for using our ventilation products and good culture!

Why do we need to control indoor air? In the open air, the air is abundant, rich in CO2 and there is wind. Fresh air and carbon dioxide are necessary for plant life. Indoors, none of the natural elements generating CO2 are present, so it is essential to reproduce this indoor ventilation. Good ventilation also prevents mold growth and strengthens the trunks and branches. Odors and humidity are also factors controllable by optimized aeration.

Instrument measures the hygrometry (humidity in the air) and the temperature of your spaces.

Displays minima and maxima in terms of temperature and hygrometry (helpful to not disturb your night-phase plants or just in your absence!).

Essential for the conscious gardener monitor all "climate" settings within its space.

Directions: to always put at the top of your plants ... (think why the Velcro ....)

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WINFLEX Ventilation fans, air brewers, extractors, air injectors, carbon filters, soundproof boxes, ventilation grilles, ducts, dimmers, thermometers and accessories, all to ensure the Climate control of your indoor culture.

Thank you for using our ventilation products and good culture!

Why do we need to control indoor air? In the open air, the air is abundant, rich in CO2 and there is wind. Fresh air and carbon dioxide are necessary for plant life. Indoors, none of the natural elements generating CO2 are present, so it is essential to reproduce this indoor ventilation. Good ventilation also prevents mold growth and strengthens the trunks and branches. Odors and humidity are also factors controllable by optimized aeration.