01-13-2008, 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by bettababy
Running it through an air stone is not a good idea. You would waste a lot of CO2 this way. There are ceramic diffusers and track diffusers available for this.
The problem with using an air stone is that the bubbles get too big, and the CO2 is then wasted. With the track diffuser, the bubble of CO2 has more contact time with the water, thus is more effective without the waste.
Ah darn, just when I thought it would be easy :P Ok, thanks! Sorry.... But what exactly does a "ceramic diffuser" or "track diffuser" look like? Also I was reading about the co2 messing around with your pH... Is this true? Why? Lol sorry about all the questions! Thanks again!