So I’m going to move my tent to basement after this harvest. Right now I have my ventilation going out the window, stealthy. When I move to basement, I was thinking of putting a splitter on the already installed dryer vent output, and connect my tent and the dryer.
Has anyone done this and it been an issue? Should I put a damper at end of tent run so no dryer exhaust comes back down the tent exhaust when the fan is off? Any ideas are welcome.
I’d be worried about any fabric softener scent pushing it’s way into the tent. I’ve smoked weed a few times that tasted like fabric softener and never could figure out why it had that taste, maybe I just found out
Or they were paranoid and stuck softener sheets in with their stash?
Yeah, I guess if your tent fan is always on, and mine is, and your tent fan is running decently higher cfm than the dryer blower you’ll be ok. Not sure if dryer manufacturers list the cfm, as a consumer, never cared as long as it drys clothes
I wouldn’t ever turn off the tent fan relying on a backflow valve though, I would think some air could get past it.
@emgoldslo I just measured and my dryer out is 4" but I have a 6" tent exhaust. Obviously I’ll need to open it up or use a 6" to 4" adaptor, which is probably not the best move. Sucks as it goes through cement.