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hrishi007
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2009 11:59 pm Post subject: co2 escaping!! help.. Reply with quote

 i  recently  made  a  co2  reactor  with  sugar  and
 yeast  in  a  pet  bottle.my  prob  is  with  the
 diffusing  the  co2..if  i  use  a  reg  bubble  stone
 attached  to  the  pipe  and  insert  it  inside
 the  tank,drops  of  the  co2  solution  seem
 to  be  escaping  to  the  tank,which  may  be
 harmful  for  my  fish..i  can  diffuse  it  with  a
 powerhead,i  hve  heard  but  in  that  case,i  cant
 switch  on  the  powerhead  at  all  times..
 whn  ill  switch  off  the  powerhead,large
 bubbles  would  escape  to  the  surface..what
 do  i  do  guys...help..
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2009 2:36 am Post subject: Re: co2 escaping!! help.. Reply with quote

 The  point  of  CO2  injection  is  to  allow  the  CO2  to  escape  into  your  tank..........
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:09 am Post subject: Re: co2 escaping!! help.. Reply with quote

 Powerhead  method  is  good.  can  take  small  powerhead  for  this  purpose
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