kinda depends on what you're trying to do. it would work if you fed the co2 into something else via airstone. i didn't keep using them because i stopped using co2 regardless of your method, you usually don't get 100% of your co2 dissolvedhamstermann said:Wow, thanks for the great info!
why is it that airstones are not a good distributor for a CO2 system? does the CO2 clog them?
we like to attach ours about 3/4 of the way down between the water level and the substrata, using the air line suction cups to hold the stones in place. the line runs from the stone, thru a check valve (to prevent backup) and gang valve (to control air flow rate) to a good air pump.Je55*e said:I just got elite brand air stones. How and where do I attach them? ^^; I get nervous and then, stupid, of course.