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Old 02-08-2019, 10:21 AM   #1
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Best CO2 reactor/diffuser?

I am currently using this diffuser for my new pressurized system. Are there any better options to better dissolve the CO2 into the water?
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How large is the tank?
What filter are you running?
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How large is the tank?
What filter are you running?
The tank is 75gal.
Filter is Penn Plax Cascade Canister 1000
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You'll likely want to look into an inline griggs reactor or an inline cerges reactor.

Both are cheap and easy to build, or you can buy them.

Here's my griggs reactor (black plastic tube on the right hand side)

3" pipe x 20" tall:

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Inline diffusers are great and fairly easy to build. However if you just want a ceramic diffuser, the GLA atomizers are my favorite. They create the finest mist I've ever seen a diffuser make and allow you to use less CO2 and still achieve optimum levels of gas in your water.
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