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Fluval 88g-CO2 Bubble Counter - 3.1 Ounces
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- Replacement Bubble Counter for the Fluval CO2 Supply Set
- Provides accurate dosing of CO2
- Ensures fish and plants live in a healthy environment
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The Fluval Ceramic CO2 Bubble Counter is ideal for use in planted nano aquariums, including Fluval's Flora Aquatic Plant Kit. The Fluval CO2 Bubble Counter is a replacement part for the Fluval 88g CO2 Diffuser. The diffuser helps to effectively dissolve CO2 into your aquarium, while the Fluval CO2 Bubble Counter provides accurate monitoring of the CO2 dosing.
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When using the suction cup, there is nothing really holding the suction cup to the bubble counter other than a light friction fit. Most of the designs I've seen have the suction cup fit into a hole which is too small for the nipple on the end, but once pressed through the nipple fits into a larger cavity, and this design works great. The Fluval bubble counter however just has a little slot. Not a cavity that's larger on the inside, but a straight up slot, which is only a little smaller than the suction cup, so when you press the suction cup in it's not "snapping" into place or anything, it just sits there due to friction. This will easily fail over time even with very minor disturbances. In the short term or installation where it will not be disturbed, however, I'm sure this works great.
The clip has a similar problem. The clip itself just slides into the slot, sitting there by friction. There's no little "click" or anything, so with a tiny bit of force the bubble counter pulls right off, leaving the clip behind. My other issue with the clip itself is that it's only maybe half an inch wide, so it cannot fit over the rim of a standard tank. I assume this is for rimless tanks. Again for short term or installation where it will not be disturbed, I'm sure this works great.
The tightening nuts work a treat. They hold the tubing on very securely. I used this with the AQUATEK CO2-Proof Tubing and had no leaks or issues of any kind.
If you get similar tubing, I would recommend boiling a mug of water in the microwave, and then holding the end (about the last inch or so) of the tubing in the water for about 30 seconds. The tubing becomes very flexible, and can then be put on very easily. Depending on your tubing, this may not be necessary (or recommended).
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so be careful to make sure you don't break them when you are tightening them. I wish it came with a built in check valve as no matter what I do, pressure from the water in my tank pushes water through my diffuser and this pushes water up the tubing to the regulator and then pushes its way through the tubing that connects to my regulator when the co2 is turned off. Get yourself a pair of check valves if you're going to purchase this or if it came with your fluval co2 kit.
I purchased several of these and each one gives off the same sized bubbles.
However, it does not have a built in check valve so if your CO2 is on a timer, you need to purchase a check valve to prevent siphoning into your system.