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Old 27-09-2003, 12:05 AM
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Default Pressurized CO2 & Nutrafin Bubble Counter/Diffuser

When I use DIY yeast/sugar/water with Nutrafin Bubble Counter/Diffuser the
bubbles don't dissolve in the first 24-36 hours for no reason and only after
24-36 hours bubbles starts dissolve in Nutrafin Bubble Counter/Diffuser.
Now here is the question if I start using pressurized CO2 (2.5lb cylinder)
will it dissolve in my Nutrafin Bubble Counter/Diffuser?




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Old 27-09-2003, 01:32 AM
Tony K
 
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Default Pressurized CO2 & Nutrafin Bubble Counter/Diffuser

-=Almazick=- wrote:

When I use DIY yeast/sugar/water with Nutrafin Bubble Counter/Diffuser the
bubbles don't dissolve in the first 24-36 hours for no reason and only
after 24-36 hours bubbles starts dissolve in Nutrafin Bubble
Counter/Diffuser. Now here is the question if I start using pressurized
CO2 (2.5lb cylinder) will it dissolve in my Nutrafin Bubble
Counter/Diffuser?


I was led to believe the bubbles created in the first 24-36 hours are from
the air being expelled from the CO2 reactor and the bubbles after that time
are proper CO2.

If this is the case CO2 from a cylinder shouldn't have this effect.

Regards,
Tony


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