12-25-2011, 02:03 PM
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Yarmouth, Maine
Thanked 32 Times in 23 Posts
Air Circulation in the New Year!
How about welcoming in New Year with some air movement?
Just in: 12v Zoo Med Blower Fans.
They are so new they are not up on the LightYourReptiles.com website yet...
but I wanted to show them off, anyway!
Zoo Med makes them and they have a suction cup mount to stick to glass.
Or they could be mounted many other ways, too.
The cool thing is that you can use them with or without the adjustable outlet "snorkel".
If one was clever, , they could cut and glue fiberglass screening over the air inlet and outlet.
You could even smear/spread/paint-on the outside casing with gorilla glue and roll them in coco husk and moss bits to camouflage !!
12v and water/splash resistant.
This is because they are made to be hung on aquariums.
They are NOT Submersible, and they are NOT totally waterproof, so keep away from those in-tank water falls, water sprayers and mist nozzles.
They will be up on LightYourReptiles.com website soon, but you can order now through Paypal.
27.00 + 10.00 Prio Mail Shipping (37.00 total) to LightYourReptiles@yahoo.com
Start the New Year off right with some Fresh Air! .
The Zoo Med web-site has a mini- movie of one in use over an aquarium.
They can be used to blow air over lights to cool those hot fixtures, too.
Aqua Cool Aquarium Cooling Fan
Cheers and Best Wishes to All!
I guess-timate they do about 5 or 6 cu. ft per min. with the adjustable outlet in place.
And I guess-timate it is about 9 or 10 cu. ft. per min. with it off.
Air flow could be fine tuned more by restricting the outlet
It gives a constant gentle airflow...and has a quiet "squirrel cage" style blower fan inside.
I don't know about anyone else... but they were EXACTLY what I was looking for to use myself on my own set-ups.
Last edited by Venutus1; 12-25-2011 at 02:09 PM.