Microbubbles probably from CO2

Shuster

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Hi Mates

Im a newbee here.

I would like to ask if someone could assist with any idea regarding "how to get rid of those foggy bubbles?"

Can some one help on that matter?

Thanks in advance.
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Shuster

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Are you injecting CO2? And if so how?
CO2 injection made by inline diffuser...

To be more accurate , this little fellow.
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2 bps ATM.

I am pretty sure that the microbubbles are coming from this one...
However, if I cant deal with the mist/foggy water... I think I'll get back to my first diffuser
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I know there are commercial ones that can be bought but I’m more familiar with the DIY versions like the Cerges styel reactor. I personally use a Venturi style reactor in my sump. The idea behind these is for bubbles to be constantly chopped up until they either dissolve or become a mist. My bubbles are not visible unless you get close to the glass and look for them.
 

Shuster

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I know there are commercial ones that can be bought but I’m more familiar with the DIY versions like the Cerges styel reactor. I personally use a Venturi style reactor in my sump. The idea behind these is for bubbles to be constantly chopped up until they either dissolve or become a mist. My bubbles are not visible unless you get close to the glass and look for them.
Yes... I know regarding the commercial one's.

There are quiet a few of "good working" examples.

Regarding the sump, I don't have one. Nor a place to put/build one.

I think I'll go forward towards a DIY one, in order to see if there is an option of 100% dissolving.

Thank you for you opinion.

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