JBL CO2 SET M603 at DISCOUNT PRICE (As per Profi 2 With pH Controller) provides aquatic plants with the vital nutrient, CO2, easily and conveniently creating the ideal conditions for a luxuriant underwater garden.
At the same time, by regulating the supply of CO2 the pH level can be adjusted to around 7, the range best suited to the majority of fish and plants.
An easily operated precision pressure regulator with pre-set operating pressure enables precise dosages to be made.
The CO2 vario diffusion system can be adapted to fit any aquarium height using extension sets (available in specialist aquarium stores). A stock of 500 g of CO2 should last a long time, without changing the gas bottle.
The bubble rate: The amount of CO2 required depends on the volume of water, the carbonate hardness, the pH value required and the consumption by the plants. Begin with one bubble in every other bend in the device and slowly increase the number over a period of several days as required. The pH value serves as a control value. Depending on the carbonate hardness, we recommend a pH value between 6.8 and 7.4. Further details are given in the product information sheet of the enclosed CO2 Permanent Test.
|Proflora m603 CO2 Set||Maintenance: The CO2-vario Diffusion System is made from grey-coloured makrolon, preventing virtually any algae settling in the bubble channel. Cleaning can be carried out when required using clean tap water. The device can be dismantled into its individual components by simply pulling the sections apart vertically. After cleaning, the sections can be simply put back together again. The catch on each module part should be correctly positioned to create a continuous channel for the bubbles. Changing bottles: When the bottle pressure begins to drop below 30 bar, the bottle should be disconnected and refilled or changed for a full bottle. The pressure in the bottle is not an indication of the amount of CO2 contained in the bottle. This can only be ascertained by weighing. The pressure indicated only begins to fall when the bottle is practically empty. Procedure: Close the bottle valve and wait until both pressure gauges indicate 0. Close the dosage valve on the pressure reducer. Unscrew the pressure reducer from the bottle and connect to a full bottle. Carefully open the bottle valve and re-set the number of bubbles required using the dosage valve on the pressure reducer.|