Tried feeding my dyoco2 into my AC
mini in my ten gallon tank. Worked fine, only to noisy, and to many fine bubbles all over the tank. Went out and got a Red Sea 200 diffuser. After much assembly, re-assembly, got it to blow fine bubbles.( It will leak big bubbles at the rubber seal if not assembled perfectly!) It's basically a glorified air stone, so I was still losing a fair amount of CO2
from the bubbles dissipating out of the top of the tank. I bought a Fizz factory before I got an education on these forum pages. It dosn't work well at all. I scraped it. I did however, keep the bell reactor. It won't fit on the end of a ten gallon tank. Or will it. I took out Mr. hacksaw and cut off the pieces that hold the suction cups on. I cut new slots to hold the suction cups more centered. It fits now. By placing it over the Red sea diffuser, any escaping CO2
bubbles are caught and can dissolve in the water. It is also right beside my AC
mini, so the CO2
gas in the bell reactor has a good current moving past it, and should diffuse well. Needs to be in a bigger tank. Kinda takes up space!