Hydrofarm Active Aqua Chiller, 1/10 HP

November 20, 2018 - Comment

Ideal for keeping hydroponic solution in your reservoir at the perfect temperature. Microcomputer control system and LCD display, very user-friendly. Large refrigeration capacity (recommended 13-40 gal, 50-150 L). Freon free, environmentally friendly (uses R134a) Temperature memory system. Capable of chilling approximately 40 by 15 degrees F, and 13 gal by 30 degrees F (in 20

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Ideal for keeping hydroponic solution in your reservoir at the perfect temperature.
Microcomputer control system and LCD display, very user-friendly
. Large refrigeration capacity (recommended 13-40 gal, 50-150 L)
. Freon free, environmentally friendly (uses R134a)
Temperature memory system.
Capable of chilling approximately 40 by 15 degrees F, and 13 gal by 30 degrees F (in 20 hrs)

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Anonymous says:

Edited: How much is your time worth? EDIT: After several months of pretty solid results the chillers temp sensor seems to be failing. Water temp set for 68, water wont drop below 73. Would have been nice if it would have lasted even one full grow. This should last longer for the money spent. Seemed like a good investment at first.ORIGIANAL REVIEW: I’ve been using this chiller for about 3 months and I have to say that it was definitely worth it. I know it is expensive but having piece of mind knowing that this variable…

Anonymous says:

… this unit for almost a year and it is great for my hombrew setup I’ve had this unit for almost a year and it is great for my hombrew setup. I use it to keep my water reservoir at set temp which is then pumped through my fermentor cooling system. I use the 1/4 HP system to cool 6 gallon batches in roughly 80 degree ambient temperatures. It may struggle with lager temps (haven’t tried) but I’ve used with several ale batches and its worked perfectly.

Anonymous says:

Worked perfectly! I used this to cool a 30-gallon aeroponics unit (Tower Garden) that was in the 100+ degree Texas sun all day. It worked perfectly, keeping the water at a steady 68 degrees all summer.

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