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> Here is my problem: In my 100 gallon aquarium I have had a real problem
> keeping a steady rate of CO2. I often get either too much, or too little. I
> have been using the Eheim, (is that spelled right?)diffusor.


> Am I correct that a reactor would solve my problem?

Yes.  Assuming you have a good needle valve, you should be able to control
the diffusion rate of CO2 entirely by adjustment of the valve.  The
reactor will dissolve all the CO2 you give it.  Start LOW, like 1 bubble
per 10 seconds, and slowly increase until the pH is correct.

If you have trouble reading the yelow-green kit, there's always a pH

  - Erik

Erik Olson
erik at thekrib dot com