Jimmy Posted July 7, 2021 Share Posted July 7, 2021 What a fantastic forum. I reached out about electrical and became aware of so many things I hadn’t considered. Thanks guys! Planning phase of my small fish room somewhere in the neighborhood of 6x8 to 8x8. Heating will be done by a single 1500 watt radiant oil heater and room will be insulated to the teeth. My question is about ventilation and humidity. if every tank has a TIGHT fitted polycarbonate lid will I still experience evap/humidity? Is it ok to cover a tank completely or does that disrupt gas exchange? secondly, will I have to exhaust and ventilate the room or can I depend on a dehumidifier to manage moisture? It’s a partitioned room in my detach shop, so whatever “escapes” won’t be too much of a concern. do I need a fan or would a simple side vent suffice? Will venting ruin my attempt to keep a stable temp? this is a lot to unravel. I appreciate any feedback or considerations! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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