When we first started making systems with the resources available to us we couldn’t find much in the ways of quick fit or push fit kind of fittings. So we had to use hoses, clamps, PVC etc. People have asked how to better set up a system using these parts so I dug out some old ones to hopefully help some people out. Hoses can be a headache and even PVC. Now big hardware stores sell quick fittings yet they are expensive. If you can get online reverse osmosis 1/4” inch outer diameter OD parts are easy to get on good ole Amazon. 🤮 Or locally what you are looking for may be found at aquarium, pool and plumbing stores. We sell the parts for a True HPA system now on our website! 🤍aeroponicgrowers.com Small leaks turn into bigger ones, high pressure causes tubing and clamps to expand and contract. Don’t tighten down on something with a pressurized system. I went to tighten a PVC corner under pressure and my accumulator tank blew off like a balloon around the room. Extremely dangerous situations like this, you don’t want to put yourself or other’s in. There isn’t a need for 200 psi units... #TrueHPA #aeroponicgrowers #aerogrowers #aeroponics #cannabis #growingcannabis #cannabisoil #growingmarijuana #medicalmarijuana #marijuana #howtogrowweed #2020business #industry #massachusetts #USA #smoke #weedeveryday #weed #smokingweed #maryjane #customgrow420 #420 #qualitycontrol #awardwinning #organiccannabis #howhigh #eastcoast #salem #cannabisresearch #TrueHPA
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rNEWMQr9gJ0&t=4m43s 4:43 not sure what youre saying here (tree hpa system??) if youre using an aquatec (im guessing 8800) then ive heard that the pressure switches often fail what do you reccommend? thanks.
Why not just get a constant duty pump to eliminate the accumulator tank from the system
Hey I am reading this from your website "The downside is having to open the chamber to allow fresh air in, but this can mess up your spray time for a day". Can you explain what you meant by mess up your spray time for a day ?
What is the model number of the 4 gallon accumulator you've been using? I have a 3 gallon which has a max pressure of just over 100psi, and I'm not excited about running it up so close to it's theoretical limit. But a lot of the units that support more psi just seem to really escalate in price since they're often industrial grade. Also, you should post amazon affiliate links to the products in the vids so you can get some monetization :P
Can you post the model of the pump? Thanks
These small accumulator tanks allow you to maintain a higher pressure than the other bigger accumulator tanks which go up to 100 psi at max, not sure how much that is actually a benefit though. More fittings, more pressure loss. What is the difference between the specs of this and the other pump you have in Aerobox?