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October 16, 2017, 07:12:02 PM
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Hi friends ,
first - sorry for my english , hope you will be able to understand and assist.

Im waiting for the new s9 antminer i ordered. i have free electricity but im worried about air ventilation in my available room.
its 8x8 meters room without any window , the nearest fresh air is about 10 meters from this room ( Through a tunnel under the floor)
so my quastions :
1. what is the impact for running s9 antminer in this kind a room , its possible ? what will happen after few days without circulation ?
2. if i want to connect exoust to the antmienr , all long till the nearest window (10 meters) , something like this
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/The-exhaust-fan-exhaust-fan-fan-Yuba-4-inch-aluminum-tube-100mm-ventilation-hose/32714012150.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.LTVczJ
im afraid that this lenght of the tunnel will affect the temp. its true ? Is there any difficulty  to evacuate the hot air in this lenght ?
what is the best installation i can perform in this case?

Thanks and again , sorry for the bad english

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October 16, 2017, 07:25:25 PM
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You will need to exhaust the heat in some way, the duct you are showing will be to small, as the piping restrictions will be to great to overcome.

Can you set up an exhaust fan in the window attached to ducting run to the room, to remove the heat? It doesn't necessarily need to be attached directly to the miner.

Either way you will need to get the hot air out of that room or it will overheat.

Dig around the forum a little and you will easily find this topic covered many times.

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October 16, 2017, 07:56:28 PM
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thanks for your replay

what is the best way ?
connect ducting directly to antminer exhaust ?
i attached few posibilites. what do you think ?

https://i.imgur.com/lCk7eBl.png
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October 16, 2017, 08:31:29 PM
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Wow, that's a long way to a window.

I would probably combine #1 and #3.

I would go with atleast a 6" duct with a fan at the window, so you have the S9 fans exhausting into the duct, and the exhaust fan drawing from the duct. Try to minimize bends and turns as they make the fans work harder

You will need to play around with what works and what doesn't, having free electricity will help offset your costs in ducting and buying exhaust fans.

Again though I would search the forum, as there are tons of people on here who have posted good ideas in regards this

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