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Co2 in a 125

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by maknwar, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. maknwar

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    I wanna inject co2 into my 125g. I have a fx5 with the outputs almost in the middle. Would two ceramic or bazooka diffusers, one on each end be ok? I thought about placing it right under the outlet if the fx5 but I don't think the one side would benefit due to a large piece of driftwood. I don't really want to mess with a reactor for the fx5, so what do you people think?
     
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    I think an inline atomizer may work really well here....Like the GLA brand or similar?

    Two smaller ones from the middle towards each end would also work well. Does the fx5 have twin outlets?
     
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    It has one outlet with two nozzles, like a Y.

    You mean the bazooka atomizers? I don't want to start cutting the ribbed hose that's an inch wide.
     
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    no one? what does every one else use on a big tank?
     
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    A couple of AM1000's or DIY external reacrtors with dedicated pumps (not FX5).
     
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    I thought about that, but I dont know if I want to make it complicated. Or do I have to?
     
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