Mammoth S-MAX Pro EC Extraction Kits
Get a silently operating extraction system that actually saves you money through energy efficiency, and pay less to purchase it versus competing options – all courtesy of Mammoth and their sensational acoustic EC fans!
At the core of these kits sits the S-Max Pro, which is a smooth-running, relentless and oh-so-powerful air mover, utilising innovative EC motor technology to enable reductions in speeds to trigger reductions in electricity bills! Proven to be 100% reliable, super effective and hassle-free, each model even includes a variable controller for manual adjustments… a nice touch!
Knowing you’re busy and keen to find a full, ready-to-go extraction setup, we’ve partnered up the 4 available high pressure fans with matching CarboAir 50 Carbon Filters – proven to offer excellent air filtration capabilities – as well as quality ducting and secure duct clips.
- Incredibly attractive pricing for a range of acoustic EC fan kits
- Designed to deliver a quiet performance in your grow room
- Move incredible amounts of air with relatively low amounts of electricity
- Energy efficient, money saving option when run at lower speeds
- Power lead included with fan meaning no wiring up is necessary!
- Provides excellent air filtration and optimal airflow for users
- Includes a variable controller to allow manual fan speed adjustments
- All items have been picked by our experts and work perfectly together
- Total of 4 sizes of kit – 150mm, 200mm, 250mm and 315mm
- Everything you need – extractor fan, carbon filter, ducting and duct clips
1x Mammoth S-Max Fan
1x CarboAir 50 Filter
1x 5m Combi Ducting
3x Duct Clips
How Do EC Fans Work?
Fans that employ older tech (AC) use the same power regardless of the speed setting selected on a traditional resistance based controller. With EC Fans – including all of those in the Mammoth S-Max Pro range – if you don’t need to run one at full pelt, you can reduce the speed and consequentially reduce the power consumed via a suitable controller. This perk of EC equipment means that a 10% speed reduction roughly equates to 10% less power used, a 20% speed reduction roughly equates to 20% less power used, and so on. Massive savings are up for grabs then, to a point where a fan will soon pay for itself!
The Advantages Of Acoustic Fans
Sound – or the lack of it – will be what initially grabs your attention when running a Mammoth S-Max Pro EC Fan! These workhorses can move an immense amount of air without making any real noise at all thanks to the streamline design and noise-dampening foam inside the metal chassis.
Top Notch All Rounders
Mammoth S-Max Pro EC Fans are super reliable, high quality and hassle-free. No wiring is necessary due to the plug and play nature of these products, and a power lead and complete set of hanging attachments come supplied as standard. They even include a variable controller, enabling you to adjust airflow without the
purchase of a separate device. Reassuringly, each fan is also covered by a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty.
Fan Technical Specifications:
150mm (6”) S-Max Pro
Air flow: 594m3/hr
Minimum noise: 50dBA
Speed: 5000 RPM
Input power: 40W
Motor type: EC
Size: 600mm x 295mm x 350mm
Net weight: 1.6kg
200mm (8”) S-Max Pro
Air flow: 1205m3/hr
Minimum noise: 51dBA
Speed: 3800 RPM
Input power: 75W
Motor type: EC
Size: 775mm x 365mm x 370mm
Net weight: 7.5kg
250mm (10”) S-Max Pro
Air flow: 1808m3/hr
Minimum noise: 55dBA
Speed: 3200 RPM
Input power: 150W
Motor type: EC
Size: 935mm x 420mm x 430mm
Net weight: 13.7kg
315mm (12.5”) S-Max Pro
Air flow: 2987m3/hr
Minimum noise: 68dBA
Speed: 3000 RPM
Input power: 320W
Motor type: EC
Size: 1010mm x 470mm x 490mm
Net weight: 21kg
How To Set Up An Extraction Kit:
Using the items supplied in your kit, here’s how to configure an extraction system:
Carbon Filter > Duct Clip > Ducting (short) > Duct Clip > Extractor Fan > Duct Clip > Ducting
Plug in and turn on your fan prior to system assembly to check that the product works. We recommend initially arranging and attaching kit items on the floor, hanging up as one whole unit afterwards with chain or, for maximum convenience, Rope Ratchets (both supplied separately). Ensure that the arrow on the fan points in the opposite direction to the carbon filter – this indicates the direction of air flow (you want air to suck through the filter, not blow into it).
Tip: if you’re having trouble fitting ducting to either your fan or filter, you can use tape to hold it in place whilst you secure the duct clip.