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I am preparing to embark on converting my fishroom (2x55G, 2x29G, 4x20G, 2x33G, 6x10G) and display room (300G, 220G, 150G, 90G) to central filtration - I keep all SA fish, and plant the heck out of everything. My question is, assuming I can keep the water system air-tight (going to be filtering in a series of 120G silo's with mechanical and bio), can I inject the CO2 at the egress point of the filter through a reactor, and monitor it in one of the mid-sized tanks to control to solednoid, or will I have a spectrum of PPM across the tanks given their varied size, water current, plants, and lighting parameters? If the latter, does anyone have any experience using a single source for multiple tanks, perhaps using a lowest common denominator/baseline? I am currently using 2 GLA hex manifolds (on 2 20# tanks) which work well, but refilling 12 bubble counters gets tiresome, and this would be the last piece to truly "automate" the whole shebang. Thank you in advance.