Well if any one backs out then you know who to contact, alternatively if you get enough interest for a second batchEd Seeley said:Sorry you didn't see it Egmel. I will have enough clear pipe left over but would have to pay extra postage to order the extra bits you would need so probably not viable to do one more, sorry!
Cool, sounds like what I expected it just wasn't on the original diagram.Ed Seeley said:The CO2 will be injected into the water flow ahead of the reactor via a tee piece. This means the CO2/water mix enters the reactor already beginning to mix and I found it did a great job in my last reactor.
Looks funky but I like the idea of Ed's without the bio-balls in there as it doesn't reduce the flow as much.spider72 said:Hi guys
For those who don't have DIY skills:
Cost around 7Â£ + p&p but not sure that seller is shiping to UK.
http://www.allegro.pl/item538499453_dyf ... _zewn.html
Hope, translation not needed
Egmel said:Looks funky but I like the idea of Ed's without the bio-balls in there as it doesn't reduce the flow as much.
Now that's an awesome idea! Like a mini sump but without the gassing off of CO2 instead you have the adding of CO2.spider72 said:Some guys are puting heater to the reactor at the same time, see pictures.
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