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Re: CO2 Mixer J

The "Mixer J" sold by m3 has worked flawlessly for me since March. You do
not need a bubble counter, nor do you need a check valve. It is a simple,
elegant design. Once set up, it needs no cleaning or maintenance of any
Augustine Rodriguez
Rice Lake, WI USA

John wrote:
> Since
> you already have a cannister filter, and you only want a good way to
> dissolve CO2, take a look at the "Mixer J.," on the same page.  I have used
> one for a year now and been very pleased with it.  It is completely
> effective in dissolving CO2, and it makes a perfectly adequate bubble
> counter as well.  It's passive, the water flow being driven by the cannister
> filter, so it's not a "plug-in."
> The only drawback may be the price of $75, which is a lot, it seems to me
> for a plastic jar with some holes, tubes, and screw-on lid.