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RE: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #1520

Hiya Tom!

If your budget is right for it, I really like the "CO2 Power Reactor" that I got from AquaBotanic. It was 50bux, but every bubble of CO2 that enters this device gets dissolved into the water column, and it's pretty easy to "bubble count" as well. Although, I found that removing the "brillopad" type thingie gave me better results. 

The 50bux INCLUDES the CO2 tubing/bottlecap fitting and the yeast/instructions (I used that at first, but now I use this power reactor with my injected gas CO2).  You could "TEE" your two bottles to the reactor with great results I'm sure. 

A definite recommend! Works great!




> Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 21:11:51 -0700
> From: "Bonds" <akgoldrush at hotmail_com>
> Subject: CO2 Reactor
> Okay... I know this subject has been covered before, but I'd 
> like a couple more opinions before I make/purchase one.  I'd 
> like to know what the "best" design for a CO2 reactor for use 
> with a yeast generator.  Right now I'm running a couple 2 
> litre bottles to airstones under my canister filter intake, 
> but as you may suspect it's not very effecient.  My tank is 
> running about 8ppm CO2 as I have it now.  Thanks in advance.
> - -tom

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