Planted Tank Enthusiast
Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: CT River Valley, CT, USA
I think 3 things could happen here.
1.) I think it will easily clog up when exposed to your tank. Any algae buildup will substantially reduce flow
2.) You're going to need a ton of pressure to push CO2 through this thing. It might be difficult to properly dial in on the correct amount of CO2.
3.) It may not dissolve as quickly as your thinking. You may just end up with a cloud of bubbles in the tank, making your tank look like it's full of milk instead of water
If you ever think you're too small to make a difference, spend a couple of nights sleeping with a mosquito.
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