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DIY Co2 for tanks below 8 gallon
Equipment and Yeast Recipe:
64 oz Juice Container
2 cups of sugar
1 teaspoon Red Star Active Dry Yeast
Lukewarm water up to fill rectangular portion of the bottle.
Equipment utilized for DIY Co2 System.
Tubing through Cap: I used a nail to punch a small hole in the center of
the cap for some regular airline tubing. I used pliers to pull the tubing
through the tiny hole. This creates a perfect seal without using any sealant or
glue. We are now Good to go
1) Pour 2 cups of sugar in container
2) Fill bottom rectangular portion of juice container w/ lukewarm water
3) Add 1 teaspoon of yeast
4) Replace lid and tighten as good as possible
5) Place diffuser inside tank
DIY Co2 system initial setup. No bubbles coming from diffuser.
After a 3-4 hours wait for the container topressurize, and I heard little
popping noises coming from the inside the tank. IT WORKED! The glass diffuser
was releasing tiny little bubbles over many parts of the ceramic disk.
Fine bubbles released with DIY Co2 System
Close shot of co2 bubbles emerging from the ceramic disk
3 for $14.99! Buy it now!
It is clear that the Nano diffuser WORKS Exemplary with DIY Co2.
Contributed by John Nguyen.