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Old 07-11-2019, 07:59 PM
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Default Iso the suction cups for fans

I was reading previous posts and found that a guy here makes clips and suctioncups for computer fans in vivariums. Can anyone get me in touch?
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https://www.dendroboard.com/forum/pl...quite-bit.html

^This isn't what you're looking for, is it?

If it is, you can start by just sending him a private message.
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Old 07-11-2019, 08:50 PM
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Default Re: Iso the suction cups for fans

If you run out of ideas, you can always tape the fans over your vents works perfect lol if you want it to just circulate the air inside the viv, you can cover up the back so that it isnt drawing in outside air. If tape isnt your thing, you can just tape and silicone them in place, then remove the tape after.
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If you run out of ideas, you can always tape the fans over your vents works perfect lol if you want it to just circulate the air inside the viv, you can cover up the back so that it isnt drawing in outside air. If tape isnt your thing, you can just tape and silicone them in place, then remove the tape after.
Not a bad idea, my only goal is to remove the condensation from my front glass!!!! Driving me crazy I cant see in it.
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Default Re: Iso the suction cups for fans

The OP may not be able to see that link. Here's his website:

https://aquaverdi.com/collections/all

I use the fan mount in an orchid viv, and a lot of the the Pillbug mounts in my frog vivs (I don't make backgrounds, so these are great for plants on the wall).
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The OP may not be able to see that link. Here's his website:

https://aquaverdi.com/collections/all

I use the fan mount in an orchid viv, and a lot of the the Pillbug mounts in my frog vivs (I don't make backgrounds, so these are great for plants on the wall).
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Not a bad idea, my only goal is to remove the condensation from my front glass!!!! Driving me crazy I cant see in it.
It has worked for me to eliminate condensation. I do not restrict airflow on mines though. It draws air from inside the viv, out.
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Default Re: Iso the suction cups for fans

An other option is magnets. I have a 80mm fan suspended from the glass top of my tank with cabinet magnets that I got at Home Depot. One on the outside and one attached to the fan on the inside. Makes it easy to reposition or remove.
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