Bubble counters are used to monitor the CO2 injection rate into your aquarium. When installed within the CO2 line, the CO2 emerges as a series of bubbles raising up the device, allowing easy monitoring of the CO2 rate. It also gives you a visual observation to help you make fine adjustments in your CO2 rate.
What does a bubble counter do?
How to convert the high-flow bubble rate to the normal-flow bubble rate?
What is the appropriate CO2 bubble rate for my aquarium?
Can I use a 4dKH solution in place of the supplied Indicator Solution?
What is the best way to store the CO2 checker solutions?
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