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The importance of humidity to plant cultivation is undeniable. You will need to actively raise your relative humidity (RH) to achieve the best results, particularly during propagation (target of 70-80% RH) and veg growth (target of 65-75% RH). Without doubt the most effective way of doing this involves the introduction of a humidifier! Aqualine offers a superb range of high quality models suiting popular sizes of hobby grow room, so nobody gets left behind! They’re simple to set up and operate, and always make a huge difference!
- Choice of 5 different models, suiting most popular sizes of hobby grow room
- Designed to be simple to set up and operate
- Boost growth rates – particularly during propagation and veg growth
- Feature a 0-100% dial letting you alter the rate of output
- Require minimal maintenance when used with filtered or RO water
The Mini One Aqualine Humidifier
The Mini One Aqualine Humidifier has a compact 2.3L tank and can cover an area of up to 1m x 1m x 2m. You’re able to run this fantastic mist maker a total of 10 hours at a time, utilising smart features such as a 0-100% dial that gives you full control over the output and a button to illuminate the central section of the product if required. Easy to set up and operate – just remove the tank, fill with filtered or RO water, then return to the original position and switch on when ready to use. Highly recommended for propagation tents, it measures 21.3cm x 21.3cm x 29cm tall and weighs 1.3kg.
The Midi Mist Aqualine Humidifier
The Midi Mist Aqualine Humidifier has a 4.5L tank and can cover an area of up to 1.2m x 1.2m x 2m. It’ll use a maximum of 280ml per hour, giving you a 0-100% output dial and 360o fully adjustable nozzle for complete control over the mist produced. Easy to set up and operate – just remove the tank, fill with filtered or RO water, then return to the original position and switch on when you’re ready. This excellent unit measures 33.5cm x 29cm x 21cm tall and weighs 1.3kg.
The Mezzo Aqualine Humidifier
The Mezzo Aqualine Humidifier has an 8.7L tank and can cover an area of up to 2.4m x 1.2m x 2m. You’ll find a 0-100% output dial and 360o fully adjustable nozzle onboard this brilliant device for maximum control over the mist produced, plus a handy LED water tank empty indicator that helps you to keep on top of refills. Easy to set up and operate – just remove the tank, fill with filtered or RO water, then return to the original position and switch on when ready to use. It measures 34.5cm x 35.5cm x 23.5cm tall and weighs 1.3kg.
The Multi Mist Aqualine Humidifier
The Multi Mist Aqualine Humidifier features an 11L tank and can cover an area of up to 3m x 1.5m x 2m tall. Its 4 misting arms allow for full 360º coverage and manage to push out a hefty 800ml per hour. Measuring 265mm x 265mm x 470mm and weighing only 3kg whilst empty, this is a great bit of kit if you’re a larger grower! Be sure to take advantage of the super simple 0-100% dial for adjusting output and an effortless filling technique – just remove the top section, turn it upside down to gain access to the tank funnel and then add filtered or RO water.
The Big One Aqauline Humidifier
The Big One Aqualine Humidifier has a 23L tank and can cover an area of up to 3m x 3m x 2m tall. You’ll find that this product boasts plenty of fantastic features, including a multi-directional vapour nozzle, the optional continuous filling system (using the hose port) and an incredibly precise 0-100% dial for controlling the output. Easy to set up and operate, it is proven to generate an impressive amount of mist (moving as much as 2000ml per hour) and can work up to 32 days straight on one full tank! To operate the humidifier, simply open at the top, fill with filtered or RO water, reseal and then switch on when ready. The unit measures 360mm x 305mm x 745mm tall.
Please note: filtered water or RO water MUST be used with all Aqualine Humidifiers.
Questions & Answers
Have a Question?
I live in Scotland where our water does not cause limescale. Do l really need to filter it
If you have really soft water and there is no limescale at all then no you would not need to filter. It is the limescale build-up that can damage these units, this is why we recommend filtering.