Been on the fence, but finally decided to go through with setting up pressurized co2.
So before I order, I just want to double check what size reactor I should get for my set up.
I have a heavily planted 100 gallon
tank (60" long x 18" front to back x 20" high) and will be using a single SunSun HW-304B (rated 525 GPH
, more likely a whole lot less flow than mentioned) canister filter in-line with the reactor. So with my tank and flow rate, what reactor housing dimensions should I be looking for?
I am currently unsure what co2 injection rate I will have.
I just want to get the right size so I won't have any undissolved bubbles being blown into the tank.
If you don't know for my set up, can you mention your tank and flow rate so I have a general idea what size may work for me.
The sizes I can get are (whole house water filter for Cerges style reactor);
20" tall x 2.5" wide
20" tall x 4" wide
24" tall x 2.5" wide
Any reason to go with Rex Griggs over Cerges? I guess it's a bit cheaper and more customizable, but I kind of do like the more "professional" look of a Cerges reactor.
If I did go for Rex Griggs style building out of PVC, what dimensions should I go with?
Looking to order today!
Just want some opinions on what size reactor housing to get for my set up.
Nobody at all?
I'm sure plenty of people are using Cerges or Rex Griggs reactors.
Even just knowing your filter flow rate and the dimension of your reactor would be very much appreciated.
As well as with you set up, if you do or don't get micro co2 bubbles making it out of the reactor undissolved and into the tank.