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2M² Plant room


Jenki

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Just a very short blog to show the windy roost ( not fully finished, is a self build ever?) plant room. I'm quite chuffed I got it all to fit, and I think it's quite neat. It's full DIY and house's the UVC and combined buffer, UFH manifold, MVHR unit, inverter, consumer unit, network hub.  All in 4M³. Plus storage to come.

Yes, the printer doesn't fit, but it's coming to its end of life so that's all it's getting for now.

Jobs to do:

Ceiling

Insulate MVHR ducting / box in

Shelves on the left hand side

Clothes Airer ( a Scottish requirement to have one)

 

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Clothes airer is a wonderful thing, position it just below an mvhr extract vent and it dries your clothes very quickly.

 

All looking very good and in spite of being a tight fit, it all looks to be servicable.

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13 minutes ago, ProDave said:

Clothes airer is a wonderful thing, position it just below an mvhr extract vent and it dries your clothes very quickly.

 

This is maybe an overlook, I did not add an extract in here😥... I was looking at this earlier,  do you know of any extract vent that I could tap into the duct direct off the MVHR.. otherwise I will need to but 50M of pipe for a run of 1M?

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What size pipe?  If it is the semi flexible stuff from BPC that is used in a lot of radial systems I have some left over.  It is stored outside so will need a bit of a clean.  You are welcome to some next time you are heading down this way.

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9 hours ago, ProDave said:

What size pipe?  If it is the semi flexible stuff from BPC that is used in a lot of radial systems I have some left over.  It is stored outside so will need a bit of a clean.  You are welcome to some next time you are heading down this way.

Yes. That's the stuff. I might take you up on your kind offer, I'm not sure when I'll next be down to Inverness way, I try not too😂. Last time was around 7months ago.

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Are you going to build any barrier over the gubbins to keep fingers off? I'm thinking of a stud frame with clip on panels for easy access.

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