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October 25, 2016, 11:56:40 PM
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Does anyone have any reference or experience doing this? I have a bunch and want to munt the upwards into a room with no ceiling right out into a warehouse. I the shelving they rest/sit on would be open do air could go through. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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October 26, 2016, 12:01:31 AM
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Does anyone have any reference or experience doing this? I have a bunch and want to munt the upwards into a room with no ceiling right out into a warehouse. I the shelving they rest/sit on would be open do air could go through. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Use Search here. Been covered many times before or better yet, Google it.

For a start, wire racks with a couple inches using spacers between them and the miner fans or noise will get worse. Better yet, use 80/20 as a frame to support the miners with unrestricted airflow in/out.

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October 26, 2016, 12:16:53 AM
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Does anyone have any reference or experience doing this? I have a bunch and want to munt the upwards into a room with no ceiling right out into a warehouse. I the shelving they rest/sit on would be open do air could go through. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Use Search here. Been covered many times before or better yet, Google it.

For a start, wire racks with a couple inches using spacers between them and the miner fans or noise will get worse. Better yet, use 80/20 as a frame to support the miners with unrestricted airflow in/out.

Also he might want to define " a bunch".  As there will be a huge difference if you consider say 5 a bunch or if were talking 50, 100, etc.   Just so broad leaves a lot open and guess work.

Also if you look at picture thread I know there are some pictures in there of vertical setup. Although not as much as just sitting on a shelf.
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October 26, 2016, 10:58:45 PM
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Thanks I'll try searching its just a pain at times on here. And its 20 s7/s9's.
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