AQUARIO Neo CO2 Diffusor Special Type
- Especially small diffusor body height with pipe connection to the side
- Produces fine CO2 mist
- Special ceramic membrane for CO2
- For an organized and hose-free aquarium layout
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The AQUARIO NEO CO2 Diffusor Special Type is an acrylic CO2 Diffusor with a very narrow diffusor body and the connection to the pipe at its side. The special ceramic membrane produces a fine mist and the CO2 gets dissolved very quickly.
The special small design ensures a fine integration of the diffusor into small and nano tanks.
For finest bubbles it is advisable to put the diffusor into water for 10 minutes, so that all membrane pores get soked completely. If the bubbles get bigger with time, you can clean the membrane with bleach. You will find a detailed describtion below.
|AQUARIO NEO CO2 Diffusor Special Type - Mini|
|Membrane diameter||12 mm|
|Fits hose||4/6 mm|
|Suitable for aquarium||up to 100 l|
|AQUARIO NEO CO2 Diffusor Special Type - Medium|
|Fits hose||4/6 mm|
|Suitable for aquarium||100 - 200 l|
|AQUARIO NEO CO2 Diffusor Special Type - Large|
|Fits hose||4/6 mm|
|Suitable for aquarium||from 200 l|
When algae start forming on your PETG equipment or when larger and larger bubbles emerge from your ceramic diffusor it is time for cleaning. PETG-ware is easy to clean, however, it should be done diligently. After the cleaning process, your PETG products will be as good as new.
- You'll need a household bleach containing chlorine without perfumes. When working with chlorine bleach, please make sure you absolutely observe the manufacturer's safety notes.
- Pour some of the bleach into a container and mix with an equal amount of water. Mix so much of this solution that the PETG products you wish to clean are entirely covered
- Soak the PETG-ware in the solution for ½ - 1 hours (depending on the severity of the stains)
- Take it out and rinse thoroughly
- Now all the stains ought to be gone, and your PETG-ware should shine as if new
- Attention: Do not add vinegar to chlorine! Risk of death!
You'll find an extensive how-to (in German) with pictures in our Aquascaping Wiki under Glaswaren reinigen.
The manufacturer AQUARIO specialises in high-quality acrylic CO2 diffusers, very efficient bio- CO2 systems and other useful accessories for aquaristics. The Korean brand, which has been in existence since 2010, follows the guiding principle of offering every aquarist the opportunity to create a near-natural aquascape with the help of its product range. Therefore, AQUARIO offers very elegant and discreet aquarium accessories that do not disturb the layout of an aquarium. Furthermore, they are constantly working on optimising their products as well as expanding the product range with new innovations. Since 2019, the product range is available all over the world.
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The ceramic disk started to leak after I had it out of the aquarium and put it back in after a week. When wiggling it a little bit, it came off! (read more)
The ceramic disk started to leak after I had it out of the aquarium and put it back in after a week. When wiggling it a little bit, it came off!
The bubbles are very fine as expected from the neo-diffuser. The ceramic disk seems to work nicely so far. (read more)
The bubbles are very fine as expected from the neo-diffuser. The ceramic disk seems to work nicely so far. Due to the long clear tube and nice shape, it creates more clarity and higher co2 efficiency in my nano aquarium!
The ceramic disk started to leak after I had it out of the aquarium and put it back in after a week. (read more)
The ceramic disk started to leak after I had it out of the aquarium and put it back in after a week.