The Twinstar CO2 Diffuser efficiently distributes CO2 in a planted aquarium. The Twinstar Diffuser features microscopically small holes resulting in very fine and thorough bubble diffusion. The microbubbles produced are able to diffuse into an entire aquarium, effectively allowing aquatic plants to absorb CO2 properly. Sleek and sturdy, the Twinstar CO2 Diffuser is made from transparent acrylic and is not easily broken when performing aquarium maintenance. Similar to other diffusers, users are able to place it in the corner of a planted aquarium securely with the provided suction cup.
TIP: Soak the diffuser in water for 30 minutes before use to produce smaller bubbles.
TIP: When bubble diffusion is slowed, soak it in bleach for 10 minutes and rinse with water thoroughly to ensure any residual bleach is gone.
TWINSTAR CO2 Diffuser has changed since their previous design. Photos are updated to show the new style for small, medium, and large sizes. Please refer to the product photos provided.
These diffusers dissolve carbon dioxide into a fine mist of bubbles which allows for better dissolution in your water column. Co2 Diffusers credit themselves as a diffuser that will last longer than most glass diffusers. The best part? It’s made of acrylic so it won’t break easily! We’ve tested this product ourselves by throwing it on the floor and they don’t break.
TWINSTAR Diffusers have super tiny micro-holes that make CO2 bubbles disperse in a super fine mist that is suitable for aquarium plants. This super-fine mist makes it easier for the CO2 to break down in your aquarium. Very crucial! Because, these bubbles are so small, the majority of them would have dissolved more than regular diffusers before they reach the surface. In the long term, this means that you will have less co2 escape from your aquarium. Therefore, you save money by refilling your CO2 bottle less often.
|MODEL||TANK SIZE||DIFFUSER DIAMETER|
|SMALL||50 Litres or less||15mm|
|MEDIUM||Up to 120 L||19mm|
|LARGE||120 L or more||24mm|
NOTE: Larger Twinstar Diffusers may be used in smaller tanks.