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Re: silicone airline
Some time ago I bought a reel of 500 ft (150 m) of silicone air line and
use it almost exclusively for air supply from the air valve to
individual sponge filters. In water it hardens with time but, it seems,
not as much as regular vinyl air line. It is also not as strong as
In bs hatchers (inverted 2 L plastic bottles) I use thin glass tubing
for the stiff part. It is very easy to clean but, being glass, one has
to be carefull with it.
Tim Addis wrote:
> Whilst the subject of airstones is online. Does anyone use silicone airline?
> I use it for my brine shrimp hatchers as they take longer to clog up.
> I'm sure we have all had jars of shrimp die off because the airline got
> clogged up.
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