|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-14-2003 02:06 AM|
|vince60||ya its my setup, the t handle type reg was to much of a pain , so i found a used, but rebuilt flowmeter. Its not a kit I put it together my self. I had it in my 37gal for 4 years and its been on my 125 for a year.|
|02-10-2003 09:28 PM|
Vince ,Is that a picture of your setup. I never saw a regulator quite like that and is that a bubble couter attached to it on the right side? Who makes that setup? or did you build it yourself? Hows it working for you?
|02-10-2003 02:53 AM|
|vince60||http://www.csd.net/~cgadd/aqua/art_plant_co2chart.htm this works nice.|
|01-18-2003 02:33 AM|
Or if doing all that math is too much like work, you can use one of the charts on the link below.
|01-17-2003 10:54 PM|
3.6 x KH (in degrees) x 10^(7-pH) is the formula to use. Example pH=7, KH=5. 3.6 x 5 x 10 ^ (7-7) so you would have about 17 ppm CO2.
|01-17-2003 05:31 PM|
I have a test kit with both KH and PH tests, how exactly do i figure out how much Co2 I have in the tank? And will argonite sand (crushed shells) have any effect on those levels?