Announcing my Affiliation with CO2art + Coupon for CO2art

Vishaquatics

Hello FishLore!

As of today, I am proudly an affiliate of CO2art.com

For those who may not know, CO2art is a company that specializes in CO2 equipment for freshwater planted aquariums, including high quality dual-stage regulators, CO2 diffusers, and other CO2-related accessories.

I personally own three PRO-SE CO2art regulators which supply CO2 to my farm tanks and aquascapes. I've been using CO2art regulators for over a year now and they have amazed me with their consistent performance in a variety of conditions. As a result, I have recommended these regulators to many people in the past. I recently had a minor issue with one of my regulators after many months of use, and got into contact with their customer service. Needless to say, the customer service is amazing. They helped me solve the issue quickly and effectively, at no extra cost to me. All of their regulators come with a 10-year warranty and they truly do honor their warranty.

Link and Coupon Code:
If you are planning to browse CO2art.com or purchase any items, please consider using my referral link:
Aquarium CO2 System Specialists | Diffusers, Regulator CO2 systems

If you do decide to purchase any item, you can get a 10% off coupon discount with code: VISHAQUATICS (all caps)

FULL DISCLOSURE: To be fully upfront and transparent with the community, making a purchase using my referral link and using my coupon code will allow me to make a small commission off of your purchase (at no extra cost to the buyer).

Pictures and Explanation

My Aquascapes with CO2art regulators:

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My Farm tank with a CO2art regulator

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One of my regulators:

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I've used a couple of other brands of CO2 regulators and the biggest differences that I notice are the bubble count stability, reliability, and easy of installation. The other regulators I used were single-stage and were prone to end of tank dumps, in which the regulator would dump a bunch of CO2 into the aquarium when the pressure would get low. Single stage regulators were also highly prone to the bubble count slowing down as the canister pressure decreased.

With my CO2art dual gauge regulators, you're essentially getting two regulators in one unit. I get a consistent bubble count that doesn't fluctuate as the pressure drops, and I don't need to worry about end of tank dumps. The actual design of the regulator is also easy to install as there is sufficient space between the regulator body and CGA-320 valve to tightly screw the regulator onto the canister without impediment.

The reason why I wanted to become affiliated with CO2art is that CO2 equipment is important for a planted tank, and getting a high quality regulator will help keep the plants happy and the fish safe. I want to be able to recommend the high quality products to my customers, and after using CO2art regulators for over a year, I can confirm that these products are the real deal.

Thank you for reading.
 

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