ANS Brass Bubble Counter is fabricated out of brass metal and thick glasses that can withstand high pressurize CO2 output without losing shape. It clear glass column allows easy counting of CO2 bubbles. It is also integrate with a brass check valve to prevent back-flow of water.
Bubble counter is use to measure the amount of CO2 injected into your aquarium. It is important to know how much CO2 is injected to your aquarium as too much CO2 may suffocate your fishes and shrimp, while too little will stunned the growth of plants. As a guide, a fully planted aquarium should inject 1 bubble/second for every 30 – 45 liter of water. You can also get a CO2 Checker to check the amount of CO2 in your aquarium.
Inbuilt check valve
For 3Bar Co2 Only
*DOES NOT INCLUDE MAGNIFYING GLASS HOLDER*
Disposable CO2 cylinder, easy installation and replacement.
Baking-finished CO2 cylinder supporting rack, slim cut-line design, goes well both for hanging and standing.
CO2 regulator with pressure gauge, more accurate CO2 dosing.
3 in 1 Compact V CO2 Diffuser, assures best diffusing effect, clear bubble counting, and no back flow! Easy replacement of diffusing ceramic.
Air pipe holder included, effectively prevents the pipe from bent and clogged.
Disposable 16g CO2 cartridge included to be free from CO2 refilling.
Trendy supporting rack included, provides convenient and easy installation.
High quality CO2 flow regulator provides constant and reliable CO2 supply.
Smart and quality acrylic diffuser promises the best diffusing effect.
Apply to 50 times of CO2 injection to the diffuser set.
Fasten the CO2 out let controlling node to the closed position.
Connect and fasten the pressure regulator to the CO2 cartridge until needle valve of the CO2 regulator punch through the CO2 cartridge to enable the CO2 release from the cartridge.
Connect the CO2 out let of the CO2 flow regulator and the diffuser set with a CO2 pipe.
Submerse and fasten the diffuser set in the tank then release remaining air in the diffuser set.
Gently and slowly turn on the controlling node of the CO2 flow regulator to inject the CO2 to the diffuser until the diffuser is completely full of CO2 gas.
Only turn loose the pressure regulator from the CO2 cartridge after the CO2 cartridge is completely empty.
To have the best effect, release remaining CO2 inside the diffuser set before CO2 refilling.