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Semi automated.
    #1178591 - 12/30/02 03:21 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I hooked up a cheap cool mist humidifier as describe by shroomgod. My hudifier is
real compact and I didn't want to put a second hole it the little space I had. So I connected a hose from the first casing to the second and put vents on them.
Now the casing that is directly connected to the humidifier needs constant misting while the second one is usually fine.
Is it possible for it to be to windy in there since air just flows through.
Heres a pic I think I should seal off some vents.

The left hose is the input from hum. and the right goes to other casing.
should the hose be closer to the surface or what.


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Re: Semi automated. [Re: browho4d]
    #1178604 - 12/30/02 03:34 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Why not run 2 hoses from the Humidifier and connect one in each chamber?  Or put an adjustable valve on the tube before it goes into the 1st chamber so you can turn it down a little.

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Re: Semi automated. [Re: browho4d]
    #1178985 - 12/30/02 07:27 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

With your hose leading to the other terrarium low to the bottom you are giving the CO2 a place to escape which is good but the fact that it's gonna be pushed into another terrarium thus doubling the amount of CO2 in the second one is bad. You should split the hose as described by asd159263 and maybe put a couple small holes close to the bottom of the terrariums filtered by Tyvek or Poly-fil to allow for the CO2 to escape so you never have to fan.

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