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saw this on [Ebay Link Removed]
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It's designed for releasing CO2 into a room, just wondering if it would work with an aquarium also.

Edit: Guess I can't post ebay links, the item is called "CO2 INJECTION RELEASE SYSTEM REGULATOR EMITTER FLOW SOLENOID CONTROLLER W/ HOSE"
 

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It could work, but there would be some adjustments you would have to make.

It appears to not have a needle valve, so you would need that.

Also, the flow indicator likely does not measure PSI, but CFM instead, so this would be another thing to figure out.

I would give this a pass.
 

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work, but this kind of metering valve is higher flow rate than that aquarium system, need to put on a low flow control needle/metering valve.
we need only 3-20sccm(about 1-6 bubbles per second) flow rate.

I believe CFM is Cubical Feet Minute.
 
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