Splitting DIY Yeast CO2 Between 2 Tanks?
Feel like such a newb asking this (yes, I've scoured the forum and searched and searched and googled galore)…
Anyone ever tried to split their DIY yeast CO2 rigs between two tanks?
I've found that running champagne yeast in a standard 2litre bottle - even after a whopping four weeks - is still producing so much CO2 in a 2.5gal tank that my drop checker stays a constant yellow. Am using a nano diffuser from eBay, if you're wondering. Dangerously high levels.
I'm clearly gonna have to turn this down a notch if I want fish and shrimp to survive when they move into their tanks (I've got three 2.5gal tanks currently in DSM, will be filled and cycled in about 6 weeks). So… will I be able to split the CO2 between two tanks? Anyone had success? Will be trying quite soon but wanted to check with the forum for any previous experience.
Not sure I want to drop the cash on a paintball+solenoid+splitter setup for such tiny tanks… but may have to if I can't dial this back.
And, yes, I'm floored that I'm getting such great CO2 mileage because I'm used to having too little.