The Green Room GR120 grow tent sets a new standard in grow tent design and is quite simply the best of the best available, when compared to any other grow tent of its size.
The biggest feature to The Green Room grow tents is the steel tubing frame that is used to support the material of the tent on the outside and your growing equipment on the inside, without any sagging. The frame is made of 28mm tubes which has new click fit corner pieces that lock together with the poles, to give the tent its superior strength. Heavy duty roof bars are also provided with the frame to support your fans, filters and lighting safely.
The Green Room grow tents are manufactured with a thick high quality material for the outer shell, which is lined internally with a diamond foil sheeting for the highest reflectivity, with minimal hotspots produced and this conceals all of the light inside. A waterproof liner is also provided for your pots or system to be placed onto and it connects to each corner pole at the bottom with Velcro fixings to hold it in place.
The Green Room GR120 has a front door and side doors for access to your plants and straps are fitted to allow you to tie the doors back when you are working inside. There are ventilation holes at the top and bottom of the tents for your ducting to be placed through and there are also two side ventilation holes measuring 200mm, which allow you to use an inline air cooled reflector if you wish to, that is ducted through these two holes.
If you need a strong and sturdy portable growing enclosure that is built to last, The Green Room grow tents are now the number 1 choice for many home growers and the best buy you will make.
Dimensions: (h,w,d) 2 x 1.2 x 1.2 metres
. Suitable with a 600w HID light
. Strong 28mm metal tubing frame
. Click fit metal corners
. Heavy duty roof bars
. Heavy duty zips
. Tie backs for doors
. Air socks for inlet and outlet
. Air socks for inline air cooled light
. Extra wide bottom air vents
. Side doors
. Multiple electrical outlets
. Diamond foil inside for optimum reflectivity