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VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium

VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium

VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium
$ 40.99

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Based on 962 ratings
Value for money
6.67
Accuracy
6.26
Easy to use
6.46

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Product Description

The material must be durable A long-term process These long-lasting and durable brass components will not rust over the course of many years
The specifications are as follows An air pressure gauge measuring 58" in height Then simply multiply it by four This is a flowmeter The following are the 15 SCFHs An intake connection is provided by Is a commissioned graphic artist
Use this form to apply It enhances the amount of available carbon dioxide and accelerates plant growth rates overall and yields by up to 40% in indoor environments like hydroponics, grow tents, grow rooms,
The following components are involved The system consists of a precision regulator, flow gauge, and industrial solenoid valve, along with five meters of free plastic supply tubing and a USA standard 3-way pipe connector. ) with a diameter of 2 mm
The following options are available You will be able to maintain optimum CO2 levels with this CO2 Regulator

Questions & Answers

There is a leak in my tank after my washing machine failed. Neither the original nor the new one can be found Could you tell me where I can ?

You can get them at any beer distributor store, I get mine there for my CO2 set up, which is constantly hooked up to my half keg. The pressure I set it at is 14lbs and I have never had a The Kegerators can also be found online (you can purchase them from people selling Also, the places where bottled gas is sold wholesale carry them as well. If you know where to look (and the places where you can get oxygen and acetylene for torches), you can find those washers

Why does SCFH stand for Southern California Food and Hospitality?

Cubic feet per hour as a standard.

Is it possible to operate this regulator at a high pressure?

A pressure of up to 4000 pounds per square inch is measured here. The maximum pressure I get from a full tank for me is around 1,050 psi. I have so much more than I could ever need. It could be a maximum

Adapting the CO2 flow is a problem. How can I do it. I noticed that when my controller opens the solenoid, the ball goes all the way to the top. How am I supposed to operate the company if I did not get a manual?

To adjust the valve, turn the black knob you can see, turning it one way closes it all the way and turning it the other way opens it, it is very sensitive when you find the right spot to get the ball floating around 7 to 10 inches off the bottom. I wish you all the best

Selected User Reviews For VIVOSUN Hydroponics CO2 Regulator Emitter System with Solenoid Valve Flowmeter for Grow Room Grow Tent Green House Aquarium

For half the price of expensive regulators, you'll get all the benefits
5/5

The reviews on Amazon have been quite poor, so I wanted to clear the air. This paragraph contains the following two points 1. Any component within compressed air systems that has the possibility to unscrew should be smeared with However, after reading the plastic reading tube) now, I understand why they didn't do that. It unscrews so you can adjust the glass meter so it can be read at the position you currently have it. After you have done that, wrap four wraps of Teflon tape around the threads and carefully tighten them by hand. The paragraphs below provide more details. 1. When attaching the tank, please make sure to use the plastic or fiber gasket. In order to prevent leaking, this is an essential part. The third item is *3. The most important step is the last one! There is a leak if you see bubbles being blown out of the tank or the connection. The CO2 should not leak out where it is not supposed to, if there are no bubbles anywhere from the tank to the regulator after following the above steps. If you change the CO2 tank more than once, you should follow steps 2 and 3.

Addisyn WESTON
Addisyn WESTON
| Oct 16, 2020
The threads of the plastic tube need to be protected with Teflon tape before use
5/5

You should put Teflon tape on the threads before screwing the plastic tube back in. One last thing, make sure that it is only hand tight when screwing back in the regulator. Whenever you screw it back in, take care not to cross thread the thread. In the event you fail to do so, all your CO2 will leak out, even when the solenoid is My first tank with both of these leaked within 24 hours after I attach them.

Forrest Joyce
Forrest Joyce
| Nov 20, 2020
You can save some money if you buy this one since they are all the same
5/5

There is no difference between this one and the Titan for $90. The Titan CO2 regulator I ordered from a hydro shop started leaking shortly after I bought it, mostly just at the beginning of a new tank, but over the next three tanks, it got worse and I had no idea how to fix it. Since I didn't have time for the run around and their warranty policy offers them any reason not to remove the warranty(if you turn the flow up above halfway, this voids the warranty). As a result, I decided to 1)order a replacement, 2) tear apart the Titan, and see what I could find. Due to Prime Day, the Vivosun was only $32. When I ordered it, I thought, "Man, that looks exactly like the $90 Titan. ". Yesterday, I fixed the Titan, and it now runs better than new(or as good as it did when I got it, because it didn't seem brand new at the time). Look at them for yourself, one of them has a Titan sticker, one of them has Vivosun on the tank pressure gauge, and the rest are similar. This is exactly the same. I also found a new one this time. It's a spare, but Titan's tech agreed to warranty mine, but asked me not to touch it ever again and advised me to cut the cord. . . which is fine, but what am I supposed to do while I wait for that one to get here, because the plants are hungry. If you seal every joint of your tank with Teflon tape you will prolong the life of your tank.

Mohammed Keith
Mohammed Keith
| Jun 17, 2021
You should use it as a sealant at all connections, as it leaks just like any of these cheaper units
4/5

A planted aquarium with a paintball tank is where I use this. There are some caveats to it, but it works as it should. Please make sure that you have Teflon tape on hand. You should use it as a sealant at all connections, as it leaks just like any of these cheaper units. The paintball adapter I use with mine is compatible. The can that I have is a 24oz one and should last me a long time before I have to refill it. Make sure to use Teflon tape on the adapter as well. This is majorly hampered by a lack of an adjustment knob. You need a lot of consistency to form a good bubble. My knob has to be all the way off and then I slowly roll it up a millimeter at a time. It's tricky to get it Invest in a needle valve to make life easier. I found that once it was dialed in, it was good to go. The co2 system will require some extra work to get it right, and even then, the levels will have to be adjusted on a regular basis. Except for those with $800 or more to spare, co2 is not one of those set it and forget it purchases. The alternative we propose is a good one.

Natalia Caldwell
Natalia Caldwell
| Jun 25, 2021
The leak has occurred
3/5

About three weeks was enough time for it to fail. It leaked from the box right away. When I realized it drained half of my 20# tank in 24 hours, I realized it was a serious problem. As I sprayed it with soapy water, I found that each and every connection leaked. The leaks were fixed after I removed the seal and taped all threads with Teflon tape. That sounds good to me. The price is three stars, so I gave it You can quit after three weeks if you don't want to work anymore. One star for that.

Kye Haas
Kye Haas
| Aug 21, 2020
I used the entire 5 lb of CO2 in the The product I bought is for a 60 gallon aquarium I recently established
3/5

Co2 has never been run in a planted tank before, so I was curious to see how it performed. Last night I tried to set up a bubble counter, but it was almost impossible to get it going slowly cleaned all connections with soapy water and found them to be in good condition. Then at 2 o'clock this morning I was able to just about open it and get it to work Every 3 seconds, 3 bubbles are released. I watched it and counted it for about 30 minutes and it appeared to be working. Unfortunately, I work overnights so I went to bed, woke up 8 hours later and found that my entire brand new 5 lb tank was gone. I just ordered a new regulator, so I'm going to have to replace the tank for $22. There isn't enough precision here to run a fish tank on, so I don't understand why they.

Kane Norris
Kane Norris
| May 18, 2021
This product should not be used in aquariums
3/5

I bought this product awhile ago, and I think the product description and title changed. . It might have been clear to me that a hydroponic regulator would be totally inappropriate In a bubble counter, this item cannot be controlled to go lower than 2 co2 bubbles per second, so it is overkill for me and a waste of money that I now need to replace it with.

Caiden WALLIS
Caiden WALLIS
| Nov 16, 2020
Your money would be better spent somewhere else
3/5

This regulator was purchased with the hope of saving some money while introducing myself to the world of high-speed photography The aquariums have planted fish in them. This thing does not have metering to control the flow In other words, either it is on or it is The tank is only turned off when the tank valve is turned off. There is no use for the needle valve. Instead, I invested $150 in a replacement that actually does what it's supposed to, and now I can't even return this piece Only interesting part was speedy shipping from the seller, which made up for the wasteful nature of the purchase.

Marlowe Perkins
Marlowe Perkins
| Sep 17, 2020

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