Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
That’s BBA. In my personal experience, it shows up when the CO2 levels are inconsistent. Flow does help with distributing the CO2, but I ran into this when I was using a small canister system that constantly ran out leading to gaps in CO2. I also had an older regulator after the canisters that was inconsistent in working pressure that resulted in me having BBA.
It’s hard to get it to disappear. After I got my CO2 levels to stabilize and be consistent, to get rid of the old stuff I ended up having to spot treat with H2O2. It’s tough to eliminate but it’s easy, IMO, to stop the spread.