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Re: [APD] Re: Setting up the Co2 for my tank - thoughts appreciated.
> I found that injecting CO2 directly into the canister filter made a small but
> noticeable noise every time a CO2 bubble went into the canister. I didn't like it.
Instead of injecting CO2 directly, a class diffuser can be used first.
They effectively make fine co2 bubbles, which will be sucked in by
the canister filter.
Unfortunately, they are sold $25 a piece, and it costs less than $1 to
make them. What a rip off.
On Fri, 3 Sep 2004 08:29:28 -0700, Rachel Sandage <rachelsor at hotmail_com> wrote:
> > Some things that are important to me in regards to
> > what I do next are:
> > 1) This is very close to my bed. Rattles, bubbling
> > noises, whooshes, sounds of any sort, including water
> > sounds, would be disturbing to me.
> I found that injecting CO2 directly into the canister filter made a small but noticeable noise every time a CO2 bubble went into the canister. I didn't like it.
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