Re: Airstones for CO2

> I have just recently added an air stone to my yeast co2
> setup. It appears to be melting, it is one of those plastic
> air difusers used for UGFs. What is the recomended air stone
> for Co2 that gives fine to very-fine bubbles, won't melt and
> will work with the limited pressure of yeast Co2.
> Mike

I have had good success with high quality glass airstones.  They run about $1.10 a 
piece or so around here.  They don't seem to deteriorate like the whisper airstones 
I was using before.

Hope this helps,

Tyson Lee
tyson at phoenix_net