Cold War Heroes - Nutrient Heaters

Cold War Heroes - Nutrient Heaters

Alex
Alex
15 Nov 2011

Don't let your roots get chilly - unless you want plants to get stressed & struggle. 

It's quick & easy to keep roots warm - a Heavy Duty Nutrient Heater will do the trick. Here's how to use them.

Pick a Size

You need 1W per Litre of nutrient - e.g. if you have a 150L tank, you need a 150W nutrient heater.

Or, in other words:

Number of Heaters
  50 Watt 150 Watt 300 Watt
 Up to 50 Litres 1    
Up to 150 Litres   1  
Up to 300 Litres     1

If your tank is larger than 300 Litres, just buy multiple heaters. 

Setting Up

Whatever size you've got, the instructions are practically the same. 

Step 1

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Remove from packaging and clip on the suction cups, if not attached already

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Plug into a suitable socket (switched off)

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Place it horizontally at the base of your system / tank, and push down gently so the suction cups stick in place.

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Twist the dial at the top of the heater to set your temperature - we recommend aiming at around 20oC.

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Turn on the mains suppy and leave your heater running at all times

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Make sure your nutrient solution never drops below your nutrient heater


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