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RE: What is a membrane reactor for CO2?

  >Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2000 16:41:44 -0500 (EST)
  >From: wshimoda at alum_mit.edu
  >Subject: What is a membrane reactor for CO2?
  >I found a 'membrane reactor, double' at pets.com listed under
  >their 'live plants supplies' section and was wondering if anyone
  >knew what it was, how it worked, how well it worked, etc.?

That should be the one made by Aqua Medic which is to be used with their
chemical CO2 reactor the Ceomat.  The Ceomat is a relatively low pressured
CO2 system, I doubt that if the membrane reactor is suitable to be used with
other high pressured CO2 systems.  We used to sell those membrane reactors
in the past.  They consist of a few whitish membrane and no microbubbles
could be seen on its reactive side (as told by Ceomat users).  The
instruction claims that CO2 reacts w/ H2O behind the membrane, etc.

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