Co2 Injection

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I have been think about possibly getting into CO2 for one or more of our aquariums. I have no knowledge in this area. I do not want to make the mistake of going too small and cheep, but I also do not want to spend $1,000 (US) for a commercial multI aquarium system.

So, any thoughts on this?
 

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Look at Green Leaf Aquariums. They have regulators with multi-outlet manifolds. I purchased a three way regulator about 4 years ago and I am still using it. I can take a picture of it later if you like...I am away from home at the moment.
 
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dcutl002 said:
Look at Green Leaf Aquariums. They have regulators with multi-outlet manifolds. I purchased a three way regulator about 4 years ago and I am still using it. I can take a picture of it later if you like...I am away from home at the moment.
Thank you, I would love to see it
 

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Okay. Pictures of the regulator:
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My tanks hooked up to the regulator:

35 gallon Hex:
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55 gallon #1:
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55 gallon #2:
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I kinda go for the "Jungle" look, partly because I have no artistic skills.
 

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