No need for inline fan?

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    phmaster

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    Food for thought, I’m upgrading my clean air in fan as my room is getting to hot but here’s the kicker, my out fan is a can fan 250 and Nearly Rips the door off!!, my local shop guy said it wouldn’t be a bad idea to leave out a in fan and have ducting running from fresh air source into room then into a tub cooler.
    His logic is that air is like water it takes the easier root so the room would have to be completely sealed?? I thought I’d run it by the experts as some shop owners I’ve dealt with have all the gear and no idea!
    Edit: it’s not a tent it’s a built room
     
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    I use a tent and have both. An inline fan for intake and a vortex for exhaust. I have a dedicated inline ducting, as I pull my air from outside.
     
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    If a 250 cfm is almost ripping the door off, you do not have enough intake air ducts. What is a tub cooler?
     
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