I always wondered how a co2 system works with the nozzles, tubes, and canister and whatnots. It sounds confusing. Does anyone have a full picture of what a c02 system looks like because it sounds interesting because it boosts plant growth speed.
Do you have a full photo of the CO2 system if you don’t mind.You have a few main components:
Canister (for storing the CO2).
Regulator (to regulate CO2 flow from the canister in a controlled manor).
Solenoid Valve (to electronically turn the flow of CO2 on or off).
Needle Valve (to fine tune the flow of the CO2 from the regulator into manageable amounts).
Bubble Counter / flow meter (to determine the rate at which the CO2 is flowing).
Check valve (to prevent liquid / gas moving from the tank towards the CO2 equipment).
Diffuser / Reactor (where the CO2 is dissolved into the tank water).
It all works as follows:
CO2 is regulated from the canister by the regulator into either the needle valve or the solenoid valve, then through the bubble counter or flow meter, through a check valve into the diffuser or reactor where it dissolves into the tank water.