Trojan Gold 24
Dimensions - 2.4m2 base and standard 2m tall
Framework - 22mm diameter powder coated metal frame, full click system
Cloth - 600D Mylar lined Oxford cloth.
Exhaust ventilation port - 2 x 355mm (accepts 12" Insulated ducting) located at the back on either side of the tent roof.
Intake ventilations - 2 x 254mm (accepts 10" standard duct or 8" Insulated) located on either side of the tent at the lower front.
Air Cooled ventilation ports - 2 x 315mm (accepts 12" Standard duct or 10" Insulated)
High level cable entry ports for lighting, fans and pumps.
Lighting - We recommend a 400W/600W metal halide for vegative stages and a 600W HPS for flowering. Which light you choose will be dependent on the ambient temperature of the incoming air. The wattage of lighting will ultimately dictate your ventilation requirements.
400W x4 = Low power use in high temp environments or vegetative stages
600W x 4 = standard light recommendation
Ventilation 400W x 4 lights = 6" RVK A1/VK (winter) - 8" RVK A1/VK (summer)
600W x 4 lights = 8" RVK A1/VK (winter) - 12" RVK A1/VK (summer)
The use of air cooled lights will reduce the exhaust ventilation requirements, but will require a separate fan for the reflectors.
We recommend the use of a thermostatically controlled fan speed controller to maintain your temperatures within the desired range.
Intake fans - The flow rates should be approximately 30-50% less than the exhaust fan(s) flow rate. This is to allow for the restrictions caused by carbon filters and to ensure negative pressure, when correctly set up your Trojan tent should be sucking in slightly. When using intake fans always have a passive intake (ducting without a fan) this will ensure that the tent can breathe and that you aren't causing too much restriction on the intake.
Winter use in when incoming air is at or close to 0 degrees Celsius and summer use is 20 deg plus. Please note if the incoming air is close to or above your desired growing temperature then any amount of ventilation will struggle to cope and we recommend reducing light wattage or the use of air conditioners in these environments.