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an interesting DIY CO2 diffuser

Discussion in 'Articles' started by darkoon, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. darkoon

    darkoon Prolific Poster

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    saw this on a website, a DIY CO2 reactor using RO filter housing. pretty easy to make and safer than other DIY diffusers out there IMO.
     
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    hbosman Guru Class Expert

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    That's what is sometimes referred to as a "Cerge" reactor. Named after a person who posted about it awhile back. It is rather efficient in dissolving CO2 as long as the water flow isn't too strong or, the CO2 bubbles will blow right through it.
     
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    I like this and it is neater than some, i will have a go at making one over xmas when im bored. ;)
     
  4. darkoon

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    Add some bio balls should help slow down the flow and help disolve CO2.
     
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