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    a tenner? bargain!!

    Where u have it done?
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    how long does it take diy co2 to get going?

    viewtopic.php?f=37&t=22490 Worth a read, BTW
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    DIY Yeast CO2

    Awesome stuff. Good news :thumbup:
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    DIY Yeast CO2

    Good news how long has it run for?
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    Glutaraldehyde!

    http://glut.petalphile.com/ A calculator should anyone need it. :thumbup:
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    Can a FE Co2 set up be dangerous?

    http://ukaps.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f= ... east+weeks Was mention for it here. Chances of liquid is slim. I was surprised also.
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    Glutaraldehyde!

    Anyone progress here?
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    DIY Yeast CO2

    http://ukaps.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f= ... east+weeks 6wks apparently, worth a try :thumbup:
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    Glutaraldehyde!

    Surely tap water (be it boiled) would be fine, not much in the tap water that would hurt the plants I would have thought. Unless Glutaraldehyde has an adverse reaction to something potentially in tap water? Chloramines, Flouride, Calcium, etc?
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    Glutaraldehyde!

    http://www.bonnymans.co.uk/products/pro ... uctID=6243 Seems cheaper here, £7.60 for a litre
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    Glutaraldehyde!

    Verdict?
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    Glutaraldehyde!

    Interesting thread, will keep an eye on this
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    Thing of Beauty

    Dunno why, it looks real pretty. Now I need a FE. And a Diffuser or Atomiser. Ooooohhh, Happy Happy joy joy.
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    Cheap pressurised CO2 system DIY guide

    Top guide, will keep an eye on this. Thanks
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    Needle Valve

    Top link mate. Thanks
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    Needle Valve

    I bought a CO2 valve on the bay of e many years ago, i dont think it was design for tank dispensing, but was sold onthose grounds. It does have a pipe exit, will post a pic of it up here once I have located it. It has a BSP style screw/bolt type connection. It was just a valve with two dials...
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