Target nutrient temperature: 18oC – 21oC
Keep your nutrient solution warm during winter with a Heavy Duty Nutrient Heater. It’s just what you need.
There’s no risk of breaking or cracking yours – these heaters are completely shatterproof & shockproof. You can even turn them on out of water. For a glass heater, that’s incredible.
You can secure them to your tank via their handy little suction cups and they will not move.
There’s no manual work involved - everything’s done for you! Your heater always knows if and when to warm your feed – they have an inbuilt thermostat!
Just set your target temperature once and your heater does the rest. It’s that easy. If using an NFT system where roots are exposed, they’re an absolute must!
• Tubular glass heater
• Shatterproof & Shockproof
• No risk of breaking or cracking
• Inbuilt thermostat (incredibly accurate!)
• Suction cups for securing to tanks
• A must in an NFT system
• 3 sizes available
Which heater do you need?
You need 1W per Litre of nutrient - e.g. if you have a 150L tank, you need a 150W nutrient heater.
You can overspec and use more than one heater if you need to...e.g. If you had a 400L tank, you would need a 300W heater and 150W heater
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (4)hi what wattage would be suitable for a 80ltr resevoir?The 50W Heavy Duty Nutrient Heater will be fine for a 80 litre reservoir.
Written by DJ | 10 Jul 2014I will be using a 55gal reservoir and would like to know what type of heater would be recommended?The 300W Heavy Duty Nutrient heater will do the job for this reservoir.
Written by SD | 11 Oct 2013hi what size or watt would u need for a 50ltr res and are they kept on 24/7We would recommend using a 50 Watt heater for this tank, it should be kept on 24/7, it is cintrolled by a thermostat which will regulate the temperature.
Written by GC | 7 Dec 2011what is the optimum temperature for a nutrient tank.thank youThe best temperature to keep your nutrient solution is 20-21C. It is also advisable to use an airstone to keep the solution aerated.
Written by WC | 1 Oct 2011