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i currently have my co2 diffuser under my canister's intake, so i get a nice bubbless diffusion.

i read that this can cause issues with the components inside of the canister, impellers for the main part.

is this true do i need to buy/create a inline reactor to go on the output line or in tank?
 

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I tried that method for about a month. I had no problem with damage to the canister but found that my diffusion was spotty, at best. If it's working for you, I wouldn't worry too much about it. I think those cases of impeller damage are few and far between.
 

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thats what i wanted to hear, im using a glass/ceramic diffuser that sprays the tiny bubbles into the intake so it diffuses nearly 100% by the time it comes out the other side.
 
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