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CO2 Regulation, Bombast and Shame
In a message dated 9/14/00 3:52:16 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com writes:
<< Firtst of all I do sell Bioplast Profistar, and quite a
few of them. I think they work great, and I never said otherwise. Second,
it IS made in Germany, Bioplast is a German company. They are a small
company with very little commercial presence in any part of the world. They
are represented in the USA exclusively by Jermack and marketed to their
retail customers and online retailers. Third, it is a low pressure
regulator, as is ALL german made regulators for aquariums, and most
regulators made specifically for aquariums as a whole. Is this a bad thing?
No of course not, and had you included this very useful information in such a
clear manner earlier, I suggest a lot of the confusion would have been
nipped in the bud of this non technically inclined mind. Ergo there ARE
good, even great, CO2 injection systems out there -- low and high pressure so
it really is not necessary to reinvent the wheel or rediscover fire, unless
you are a DIY aficionado.
However I do have a tendency to *cackle* a bit when sincere questions I have
asked are either totally ignored or dismissed casually out of hand. I sort
of get aggressive at that sort of treatment. An example of a *positive post*
I thought would benefit some new to CO2 is an example. I posted a series of
points on the mechanical set up of a gas injection system. Lessons learned
so to speak. It was like dropping a penny into a bottomless well. Not an
echo in return. So I was left feeling sorta foolish. And no I was not looking
for a pat on the back, simply some feedback.
people are calling others *ASSHOLES* on this thread. Accusations of
deception and misrepresentation are flying back and forth. I presume I will
shortly see a post from you to Bruno suggesting he stop cackling and stop
insulting, personal attacks.
Call me sensitive -- but thank you for taking the time to respond