Air Conditioning

These air conditioning units for indoor gardens are made especially to cool environments while exhausting and/or keeping the hot air created by the AC unit outside your growing environment. Learn More
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Grow room air conditioning is slightly different from common home air conditioning but shares terms and technologies. For instance, SEER, which stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating, tells us how efficient any AC unit is at converting energy into cooling power, and 1 ton equals 12,000 BTUs of cooling power for either home or grow room air conditioning.

Mini split systems are common for grow rooms. Splits are energy efficient because they don't need ductwork, where energy escapes. Mini splits get their name from their compact size and their separation of the indoor air handler from the outdoor condenser—in other words, splitting them to keep the hot air out and the cool air in.

Look for these important features:

  • Quick connect. A unit with the quick-connect feature comes with pre-charged lines, allowing you to install the AC unit yourself without hiring a professional.
  • DC inverters. Units with DC inverters allow you to run the air conditioning at variable speeds. They are more reliable, smoother running, and more efficient than other units, saving you money.
  • Auto-restart. The auto-restart feature means your system will start right back up after a loss of power, even if no one is there to tend it.