The Fan Heat Shield double insulates your in-line duct fans against the heat they generate!
With the Fan Heat Shield, less heat escapes into your room allowing it to be better carried away by your existing air-cooling. This results in a cooler environment, happier plants and energy savings from increased A/C efficiency.
- Fits 4", 5", and 6" inline fans
- 95% Reflective Exterior
- Saves Money And Energy
- Heavy Duty Insulating Material
- Reduces Your Grow Room Temperature
- Maximizes Cooling System Efficiency
- Reduces Air Flow Noise
- Soft, Durable & Machine Washable
- Strong, High Quality Construction
- Made In the USA
Reduce your grow room a/c electricity needs by 7 1/2% and keep the heat generated by your lamps from affecting your environment and stressing out your garden with the full line of radiant barrier reflector covers, duct covers, and fan covers, all custom-fitted!
- Tech Specs
Brand Hydro Innovations SKU HSFC Weight (lb.) 1.3 Lead Time Due to social distancing requirements, this item ships in 2 weeks Prop 65 No Length (in.) 9 Width (in.) 11 Height (in.) 3.6
- Product Q&A
Hydro Innovations Heat Shield Fan Cover Questions & Answers
What are Heat Shields made of?
The high quality covers are made from recycled cotton insulation and proprietary radiant barrier fabric. 95% light reflective, washable, inexpensive, and very easy to install.
What is the result of using the full line of Heat Shield products?
The use of Heat Shield products in combination can reduce the load on your air conditioner by an average of 7 1/2%, reducing your energy bills and your carbon footprint!
Why hasn`t someone already thought of this?
They have! Radiant barrier is now used on roofs and in walls during home construction to reflect the warmth from solar radiation. Hydro Innovations has figured out how to apply that same IR blocking radiant barrier heat deflection to your grow room.
How can I test the Heat Shield?
Check the temperature of your reflector housing after 8 hrs or so (you can do this by taping an outdoor temperature sensor to the housing or by using an IR thermometer). If you subtract this temp from your desired room temp, you will notice a significant difference.