Hydor Ario as diffusor?

Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by JamieH, 6 Jul 2008.

  1. JamieH

    JamieH Member

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    I just won a hydor ario 1 on ebay for 99p - £3.50 with postage! :D

    I was thinking of using it as a c02 diffusor... it won't pull air down to the bottom of my tank, but connected to co2 it should whisk up some tiny bubbles... will it be OK?
     
  2. Garuf

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    Yeah they're really good provided you don't use a high bubble count, I've used one before and if it wasn't for my constant drive to cut down on equipment I'd still use it because the microbubbles really are superior, provided the bubble count is low that is.
     
  3. JamieH

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    Was it noisey?

    My partner won't tolerate noise of any sort - however quiet - from my tank :?
     

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