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June 19, 2016, 11:14:16 PM
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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

Good find.  I could use something like that for one of my rigs with the thermostat rather than having the box fan run 24/7

I had to order 2 to get free shipping.  I think we may need 2 of  them for the four miners any way.

Is this unit suitable for attaching to a window unit?

If yes, can I rig it to use solar power during day and normal power thru outlet during the night?

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June 19, 2016, 11:55:53 PM
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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

Good find.  I could use something like that for one of my rigs with the thermostat rather than having the box fan run 24/7

I had to order 2 to get free shipping.  I think we may need 2 of  them for the four miners any way.

Is this unit suitable for attaching to a window unit?

If yes, can I rig it to use solar power during day and normal power thru outlet during the night?


I think you could. They come on the 23rd will post on it.

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June 20, 2016, 03:37:15 AM
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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

Good find.  I could use something like that for one of my rigs with the thermostat rather than having the box fan run 24/7

I had to order 2 to get free shipping.  I think we may need 2 of  them for the four miners any way.

Is this unit suitable for attaching to a window unit?

If yes, can I rig it to use solar power during day and normal power thru outlet during the night?


I think you could then come on the 23rd will post on it.

I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com


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June 20, 2016, 04:14:33 AM
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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

Good find.  I could use something like that for one of my rigs with the thermostat rather than having the box fan run 24/7

I had to order 2 to get free shipping.  I think we may need 2 of  them for the four miners any way.

Is this unit suitable for attaching to a window unit?

If yes, can I rig it to use solar power during day and normal power thru outlet during the night?


I think you could then come on the 23rd will post on it.

I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com



Interesting. Your country's standard voltage is 220-ish, but some of the windows across the way have red triangles on them. I would have thought that you're in Japan. They also use red triangles to signal to firemen that those windows are breakable.

My family and I just came back from our second vacation in Japan. It was my fifth trip (the rest were business). We saw enough buildings with red triangles in the windows that I googled it.

Since Japan uses the 110 volt standard, like the US, you can't be there. It's a shame really because that would explain the anime fascination, unless that's just an homage to Kano's shift names.

Anyway, I don't mean to pry. I just thought the red triangle thing was interesting. Hope you figure out a good cooling solution.

Sorry for the OT diversion. Now back to our regularly scheduled S9 programming...

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June 20, 2016, 05:18:33 AM
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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

Good find.  I could use something like that for one of my rigs with the thermostat rather than having the box fan run 24/7

I had to order 2 to get free shipping.  I think we may need 2 of  them for the four miners any way.

Is this unit suitable for attaching to a window unit?

If yes, can I rig it to use solar power during day and normal power thru outlet during the night?


I think you could then come on the 23rd will post on it.

I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com
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Interesting. Your country's standard voltage is 220-ish, but some of the windows across the way have red triangles on them. I would have thought that you're in Japan. They also use red triangles to signal to firemen that those windows are breakable.

My family and I just came back from our second vacation in Japan. It was my fifth trip (the rest were business). We saw enough buildings with red triangles in the windows that I googled it.

Since Japan uses the 110 volt standard, like the US, you can't be there. It's a shame really because that would explain the anime fascination, unless that's just an homage to Kano's shift names.

Anyway, I don't mean to pry. I just thought the red triangle thing was interesting. Hope you figure out a good cooling solution.

Sorry for the OT diversion. Now back to our regularly scheduled S9 programming...


Most modern buildings in Asia have that red triangle - I live in Singapore, so no prize for guessing that Singapore is probably one of the most wired country in the world and is very strict on standards and safety.

The Juvia anime thing is purely homage to Kano's keen interest in anime characters (used in the pool's worker shift page). My first block on Kano pool was on Juvia's shift.... after that rest is history.... juvia luck seems to have followed me ever since  Grin

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June 20, 2016, 05:59:51 AM
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I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com




its easy job, use plywood as base, see the pic below  Cool

 
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I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com




its easy job, use plywood as base, see the pic below  Cool

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Aha!!!

Those big-ass fans, I need to get some from you man - I can pickup from JB.

Do you have exact the dimensions?

It looks quite menacing though, it can suck in a small cat...

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I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com




its easy job, use plywood as base, see the pic below  Cool

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Aha!!!

Those big-ass fans, I need to get some from you man - I can pickup from JB.

Do you have exact the dimensions?

It looks quite menacing though, it can suck in a small cat...

the 16" exhaust fan, made in china, >3000cfm, it pull lots of air out, very cheap just cost +- sgd100, i think it available at most JB hardware shop  Grin

or search here http://www.lelong.com.my/swan-gh38-15-industrial-exhaust-fan-etmhsb-168272752-2016-09-Sale-P.htm




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I need to find a way to attach some sort of blow (out) fan on the window pix below.

Solar powered and thermostat will be a bonus - plenty of sunshine here.

Unfortunately, I cannot rig/dismantle the windows/frame too much because it's a rented warehouse.

My country standard voltage is 220/240v, so I researched box fans like the one you posted... seems all of them are designed for US 110v power.

Even at Amazon, the power seems limited to 110v only. I will investigate some more on Aliexpress.com




its easy job, use plywood as base, see the pic below  Cool

<snip>

Aha!!!

Those big-ass fans, I need to get some from you man - I can pickup from JB.

Do you have exact the dimensions?

It looks quite menacing though, it can suck in a small cat...

the 16" exhaust fan, made in china, >3000cfm, it pull lots of air out, very cheap just cost +- sgd100, i think it available at most JB hardware shop  Grin

or search here http://www.lelong.com.my/swan-gh38-15-industrial-exhaust-fan-etmhsb-168272752-2016-09-Sale-P.htm


thanks buddy for the link, also thanks to almighty Singapore dollar  Grin Grin Grin

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June 20, 2016, 03:07:20 PM
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i use these to cool down my gpu rigs and i also used them in my big farm when i ran it in a rent house(100 f outside temps probably 120 in the farm itsself due to the large amount of machines i ran).  http://www.ruralking.com/ventamatic-maxxair-20-high-velocity-floor-fan-hvff20.html  these are awesome fans and they are reasonably priced. I did look at the reviews on the site seems its about a toss up  but ive had great experience..   I placed two of these in each bedroom snugly fit into a pc of particle board then i nailed it to the window frame to keep a good seal.  I think i have some picks but the post a couple back is exactly how it looked.  They ran for over a year straight and i never had any issues.> still using them today on eth rigs and i purchased them in june of 2014.

http://imgur.com/m9bh8Rs
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June 20, 2016, 03:15:04 PM
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i use these to cool down my gpu rigs and i also used them in my big farm when i ran it in a rent house(100 f outside temps probably 120 in the farm itsself due to the large amount of machines i ran).  http://www.ruralking.com/ventamatic-maxxair-20-high-velocity-floor-fan-hvff20.html  these are awesome fans and they are reasonably priced. I did look at the reviews on the site seems its about a toss up  but ive had great experience..   I placed two of these in each bedroom snugly fit into a pc of particle board then i nailed it to the window frame to keep a good seal.  I think i have some picks but the post a couple back is exactly how it looked.  They ran for over a year straight and i never had any issues.> still using them today on eth rigs and i purchased them in june of 2014.

http://imgur.com/m9bh8Rs
http://imgur.com/uBbZEEe
http://imgur.com/Yz1DH4Y

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they look pretty good.  thank you

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i use these to cool down my gpu rigs and i also used them in my big farm when i ran it in a rent house(100 f outside temps probably 120 in the farm itsself due to the large amount of machines i ran).  http://www.ruralking.com/ventamatic-maxxair-20-high-velocity-floor-fan-hvff20.html  these are awesome fans and they are reasonably priced. I did look at the reviews on the site seems its about a toss up  but ive had great experience..   I placed two of these in each bedroom snugly fit into a pc of particle board then i nailed it to the window frame to keep a good seal.  I think i have some picks but the post a couple back is exactly how it looked.  They ran for over a year straight and i never had any issues.> still using them today on eth rigs and i purchased them in june of 2014.

http://imgur.com/m9bh8Rs
http://imgur.com/uBbZEEe
http://imgur.com/Yz1DH4Y

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they look pretty good.  thank you

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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

I had a few of those Phil.. They worked great for a bout a month.. the grease oozed out of the motor and locked up.  But i also had a tremendous amount of heat coming from the back of all those machines.  I also had one at my first farm using it as an intake since it was "waterproof" It died aswell after about three months of continuous use.  Make sure you keep an eye on them during your hottest days.   We just had a 96f day with 83% humidity and my rigs kept on humming.  gotta keep em clean tho!  http://www.ruralking.com/ventamatic-maxxair-24-yellow-direct-drive-tilt-fan-bf24tf.html  im using 2 of these stacked one on top of another ported thru the wall.

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Still have heat issues I ordered 2 of these.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lasko-Weather-Shield-Select-20-in-3-Speed-Box-Fan-with-Thermostat-B20570/205596323


I will post how these help.  The thermostat looks like a good idea.

I had a few of those Phil.. They worked great for a bout a month.. the grease oozed out of the motor and locked up.  But i also had a tremendous amount of heat coming from the back of all those machines.  I also had one at my first farm using it as an intake since it was "waterproof" It died aswell after about three months of continuous use.  Make sure you keep an eye on them during your hottest days.   We just had a 96f day with 83% humidity and my rigs kept on humming.  gotta keep em clean tho!  http://www.ruralking.com/ventamatic-maxxair-24-yellow-direct-drive-tilt-fan-bf24tf.html  im using 2 of these stacked one on top of another ported thru the wall.

I have tried a few fan's out the maxair one I had got worked fine and seemed like decent quality but I was not getting the 4000 cfm they mention highend.  I have one http://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitech-Pro-24-in-2-Speed-High-Velocity-Fan/4755305 had two but one gave out.  Lowes had some kinda policy you could call and get a new moter for X amount of day's from purchase but they were out so I ended up getting refund and bought one bigger as they were out of 24 inch fans at the time http://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitech-Pro-36-in-2-Speed-High-Velocity-Fan/4755307 .   It really can move some air though.

Between those two I am able to make it through a midwest summer.  My mining area I have the hot air going out a gable fan the one that was installed there did not cut it http://www.homedepot.com/p/QuietCool-Professional-3013-CFM-Power-Gable-Mount-Attic-Fan-AFG-PRO-3-0/206047381 was able to move a lot more air out.   But that setup was close to what made it through last summer for me and is doing good again this summer.
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June 23, 2016, 09:57:07 PM
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Okay got all four up and running.

put in 1600 cfm fan


new filter does 4 s-9's  comes from my gutted kitchen  hood vent it was a spare cost = $0

 it can do 6 units



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two fans under and a scythe sideways to cool psu

the sideways fan stays in place via suction but a string holds it incase of power outage


the sideways fan for the dps 1600 psu


filter from hood vent of my gutted kitchen it was a new spare so clean and free

suctions hold it in place  but there is a backup string


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Looking good Phil.  You weren't kidding about completely gutting your kitchen!  You should've salvaged the fan from the vent hood to help cool the S9's as well!

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Awesome setup Phil -- thanks for posting the pix - learned a few more ideas for my warehouse.

This is the 4 x S9 connected to the solar farm right?

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Awesome setup Phil -- thanks for posting the pix - learned a few more ideas for my warehouse.

This is the 4 x S9 connected to the solar farm right?


Yes this is,the solar setup.

The fan pulls 1600 cfm.

We finally have temps set.

I think this will boost to 14 x 4 = 56th in the fall.

We are at 51th at the moment.

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Awesome setup Phil -- thanks for posting the pix - learned a few more ideas for my warehouse.

This is the 4 x S9 connected to the solar farm right?


Yes this is,the solar setup.

The fan pulls 1600 cfm.

We finally have temps set.

I think this will boost to 14 x 4 = 56th in the fall.

We are at 51th at the moment.

looking at the size of your barn... you can fill a few more rows of S9s there!

I can only imagine how it's like running on sun power

maybe I should send my gears to you for hosting  Grin

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