Hiwi CO2 Splitter
- Provides several tanks with CO2 from one single source
- Highly precise fine needle valves included
- To be connected with high pressure hose
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This distributor from Hiwi makes it possible to supply several aquariums with one CO2 bottle. So several diffusers or outdoor reactors can be operated with this distributor.
The distributor is equipped with several needle valves so that an exact dosage of CO2 is guaranteed.
It is connected to the pressure reducer of the CO2 source by means of an LDPE CO2-high-pressure hose. This standard 6/4 mm hose connection fits most common CO2 sources and is firmly glued to the distributor.
- Enables you to connect several tanks to your CO2 system
- Clamps for wall mounting included
- Tubing connection mounted
|Hiwi - CO2 splitter|
|Thread||G 1/4" IG|
|Fits hose||for 4/6 mm hose|
Hiwi is a renowned German manufacturer of CO2 pressure regulators. The highest level of quality and a long useful life are in their focus. These high quality standards do not exclude attractive prices, though.
Especially in aquascaping, the addition of CO2 for the plants is something very basic, and thus it is really important to choose good CO2 supplying equipment. Hiwi meets even the highest quality standards in every aspect und is thus the best choice when it comes to CO2 pressure regulators.
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|Shipping weight||0,50 kg|
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It is more accurate than the valve I am using on my CO2 tank (the brand of that valve is “Reef Fanatic” and it is working great from 2008) and you can split easily the CO2 in... (read more)
It is more accurate than the valve I am using on my CO2 tank (the brand of that valve is “Reef Fanatic” and it is working great from 2008) and you can split easily the CO2 in many tanks. Every valve is independent, meaning when you adjust the first one does not matter how you will set up the other two, you are going to have steady pressure on that valve.
You need to make sure that the working pressure of the CO2 tank is enough so you can split the CO2 (mine is 2 psi and it is working great).
Like every adjustment in CO2, you need to be patient: you adjust and then you need to wait 2-3 minutes to see the results of that adjustment. Set it and forget it.
Very robust. If you want to inject many tanks with one CO2 tank, this will do the job for you.