Originally Posted by gf225
I use a Rhinox 2000 in my 33 gal. It's excellent but you do need to buy the suction caps separate. The 5000 comes supplied.
Keep it clean using bleach every week or so to ensure the bubbles stay tiny. It's surprising the difference after such a short time.
Another tip is to position it to ensure the water flow picks up the bubbles and fires them all over the tank.
Thanks for the reply and tips George, I hop I won't be disappointed. They seam to be much more maintenance than an external reactor, I never had to clean my AM 1000 in over one year I got it. That is a big plus in my book (I am lazy).
But I know after using the Tom Barr reactor for quiet a while before, the mist is much better than a complete CO2 dissolution. So finger cross.