Atomic+ CO2 Diffuser - 90mm (with built-in check valve)


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Featuring the world's finest and highest CO2 diffusion rate, our Atomic+ CO2 diffuser creates supreme diffusion of CO2 in aquarium water. CO2 is capable of 100% dissolution in the aquarium water.

Atomic+ series features fixed suction cups and abuilt-in check valve, to permit flow in one direction only

Creates a super fine mist of CO2 bubbles, bubble size is less than 0.1mm diameter

90mm length

Includes suction cups

Important Instructions...

This professional quality diffuser requires a minimum of 30 psi working pressure.

Must be used with Green Leaf Aquariums CO2 pressure rated tubing only, not for use with silicone or other brand tubing. Tubing must be acid resistant and rated for high working pressure. Compatible with all tubing sold by GLA.

Handle diffuser carefully, do not touch ceramic. Install and remove tubing carefully.

Do not use with bubble counter fluid or other bubble counter oils. Fill bubble counter with water only to avoid contamination of diffuser.

Monitor and clean diffuser regularly.Clean in-tank type APPROX. every 2-3 weeks.Clean in-line type APPROX. every 6 months.

Clean atomic diffuser carefully with mixture of 3 parts water to 1 part bleach. Never rub ceramic.

It is recommended to keep 2 diffusers and rotate between cleanings.

Shipping, Warranty & Returns

Atomic+ diffusers are not warranted against improper use or handling. Please read all important notices listed above prior to purchase and prior to use.


3 Reviews

Frank 16th Mar 2019

90 mm difuser

UPS literally squashed my 90 mm difuser. It needs to be packed in more than a heavy-duty mailing envelope.

Brad 28th Feb 2019

Atomic+ CO2 Diffuser - 90mm (with built-in check valve)

This diffuser is huge and had no problem snowing my 125 gallon tank. Periodic maintenance in some bleach solution will keep this thing clean and bubbling! The built-in check valve offers really nice peace of mind, but also means that your CO2 spin-up time will be reduced as the next day's fertilization doesn't have to push water out of the tubing. Its still a good idea to use a check valve, just in case!

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