Thanks Clive, yes I have come across that link already, they are very expensive, they are looking for Â£50 for one venturi without postage costs inc. I cant work out the postage until I fill in my credit card details etc , probably another Â£10 or so. Anyway they are too dear.ceg4048 said:Peter this is the link Gerry gave me for the UK distributor. http://www.drydenaqua.com/acatalog/dry1 ... c_373.html
It appears to be listed as Kynar ozone injectors. I would have never guess this if my life depended on it...
Here you go Gareth ...Garuf said:Tom Barr has said these can be used as a pseudo venturi, I just can't find them in the UK, anyone who has any luck want to point me in the right direction?
http://www.marinedepot.com/ps_ViewItem~ ... ICOPP.html
As you asked I will post my PM here as well!JAmesM said:No, please hijack it, others want to know too
No I haven't - I am not feeding CO2 directly into the tee. It forms part of the venturi loop in my external CO2 reactor (yet to be comissioned).Garuf said:Have you tried it out for injecting co2? do you think it's a viable option?
This post is really interesting and shows that the tee can be used for injecting CO2 (or O2 for that matter).Garuf said:Hello, I'm using this comment by Tom on the actual part as the basis for my thought.
In it he says "as a froth" and it can be used to diffuse co2 seems promising to me.