That is something I have been thinking about doing lately...
Travis, how do you get CO2
all over your tank?
I have my CO2
going through an Aquamedic 1000 reactor, in-line with the output of one of my canister filters,
however when I follow the (very small) CO2
bubbles, they dont travel very far in the tank before going up to the surface.
I am starting to think that my CO2
is only staying in one part of the tank...
I mean, we are talking 6' long tank, and I do have a certain circulation due to having 2 intakes & outlets at each end of the tank,
but still... was thinking about just adding a small powerhead to blow some current into the output where the CO2
is coming out,
the idea being to "push" it all over the place, even if it should cost a little more in CO2
. what do you guys think?