|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-13-2003 03:20 AM|
|anonapersona||the Rio 90 does a good job, but there are even smaller pumps.|
|08-13-2003 03:15 AM|
|evan||wow. what the heck is that? weird. i was commenting on the reactor. i think. :shock:|
|08-13-2003 02:49 AM|
Originally Posted by evan
|08-13-2003 02:40 AM|
|evan||F#@J #@ J# )(J #()2 jE JKLDJ #O l%($$#)(L $KJ$ OJMNF OI$H ?|
|08-13-2003 02:35 AM|
That looks great, Tony. I bought the Mini-Vortex, and even though it works well, it is bigger than I had anticipated. I guess now the limit is really of how small a water pump you can find.
Post some pics of your tank as well... mario
|08-13-2003 01:40 AM|
i wanted a small co2 reactor for my nano tank and i saw the mini vortex which looked pefect, but 50$ was a lot more than i wanted to spend. so i decided too make one. i bought a small powerhead for 8$, and used some extra filter sponge and a reallly tiny tupperware too build a reactor. i drilled a hole for the tubing with the co2 too come in. then i drilled a hole for the outlet of the powerhead. and i cut a hole on the bottom which i put the sponge over too let the already diffused co2 and water come out. here is a pic.