06-26-2008, 06:13 AM
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Pittsburgh area
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| | Re: Aquamedic CO2 Reactor 1000 Question
I doubt the minimal difference in flow rate of your current filter from the recommended flow rate will affect the efficency of the reactor. If you need to increase CO2 levels, you can increase the bubble rate slowly of the CO2 going into the reactor. In my limited experiences with this type of reactor, that would be more of an influence into the efficiency of CO2 diffusion rather than the overall flow rate of the filter.
If you haven't gotten one already, get a drop checker. That will be a useful tool in determining if your setup is adequate for your needs.