UP Aqua Up Aqua Bubble Counter with Check Valve
- This Bubble counter enables you to easily monitor the amount of CO2 added to your tank
- Check valve prevents the bubble counter from running empty
- Easy to fill
- Made of robust plastic
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This bubble counter enables you to control the amount of CO2 injected.
The included check valve does not safeguard your CO2 supplying system but prevents water from leaking from the bubble counter.
Please keep in mind that this product has plastic threads and thus only ought to be operated manually. If you use tools like e.g. pincers etc. we cannot assume any liability.
Suction cups with fitting clamping brackets as holders can be purchased separately.
|UP Aqua - Bubble Counter with check valve|
|Fits hose||for 4/6 mm hose|
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
UP Aqua is a manufacturer of innovative products for aquascaping and aquatic plant aquariums. Thanks to their excellent price-performance ratio, UP Aqua products are particularly interesting for the entry in the world of aquaristics. In addition to the particularly efficient Inline Atomizers, other interesting accessories for aquaristics are also offered. These include tools and accessories that make many aquarium tasks easier.
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|Shipping weight||0,10 kg|
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One day I found the CO2 drop checker unusually dark green. After some looking around, I finally traced the problem to the bubble counter. (read more)
One day I found the CO2 drop checker unusually dark green. After some looking around, I finally traced the problem to the bubble counter. Just lightly twisting the thread resulted in it splitting in my hands. After adding a glass bubble counter, the next day CO2 was fine.