little help needed. co2

Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by Nick16, 10 May 2009.

  1. Nick16

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    That is an inline reactor which is external to the tank.
     
  3. Nick16

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    right i thought so, but i wasnt 100%, more like 65!! :lol:

    its cheap but i dont know the sizes of the fittings. are they all standard on all these thngs or can they vary?
     
  4. Nelson

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    hi,

    not so sure it is external.was/is a thread on here somewhere about these.you could ask the seller on ebay.
    neil
     
  5. Nick16

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    reading up it seems that they are internal... :( cheers anyway guys.
     
  6. Superman

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    I guess you could mount it internally, I remember having an internal reactor.
    The connections don't really seem to be something that'll fit standard tubing easily but I would of thought it'd be the standard 16/20mm (best check that tho) and the height isn't really the right size for fitting inside a tank.

    The internal reactors I've seen have had input and output along the same height that pull water in from a lower hole.
     

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