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Old 10-16-2011, 02:10 PM   #1
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Which CO2 system?

Hello i ma setting up a 370L planted tank, Med-Med high light plants. I cannot find a C02 system rated for higher than 150L. Any suggestions other than running more than one system?

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pressurized? It's either going to be that, or multiple generators.
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If you're wanting pressurized, do the Milwaukee + 5# setup.
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Yeah im wanting a pressurized system, where can i find this Milwaukee + 5# setup schematic?
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Schematic? Why do you want a schematic?
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The first sticky in this forum covers setting upthe MA957 with a 5lb cylinder - How to set up a CO2 system
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