Creates a fine mist diffusion of CO2 in aquarium water for excellent dissolution of CO2 in the aquarium water.
Suitable for aquarium tanks < 60cm length
6mm diameter ceramic diffuser
This professional quality diffuser requires a minimum of 30 psi working pressure.
Must be used with Green Leaf Aquariums CO2 resistant pressure rated tubing only, not for use with silicone, soft or other brand tubing. Tubing must be acid resistant and rated for high working pressure. Compatible with CO2 resistant 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 diffusers approximately every 2-3 weeks.
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 diffusers between cleanings.
Shipping, Warranty & Returns
GLA diffusers are not warranted against improper use or handling. Please read all important notices listed above prior to purchase and prior to use.
This thing makes incredibly fine bubbles, if you're deciding between this and a cheap Amazon diffuser, definitely, choose this one.
Good find on this, its small and every bit as good as the Atomic diffusers. Make sure you use real co2 grade tubing. Puts out a super fine mist.
This diffuser emits the finest CO2 bubbles that I've seen. I have an unusual shaped tank that is curved on the sides and the adjustable mounting arms with the suction cups work perfectly for me. I'm very happy with my purchase and the customer service response time.
I have every diffuser type on the market. Thats because curiosity always gets the best of me. Who doesn't want to try the latest and greatest, right? Ive tried the Aquario diffusers,glass diffusers and the GLA Atomic series. I can say there is no difference in Atomic and GLA, both use the same ceramic. I kept seeing how Aquario was saying the plastic diffuser they make has the finest co2 bubble, well thats simply false. The finest co2 bubble only comes from Atomic and GLA diffusers. Why you might ask? Simple, pressure. The GLA and Atomic both use a high density ceramic requiring 30-40psi to operate. This is the recipe for the finest co2 bubble on the planet. Check this video out, although 11 years old its still the same today. The difference is the color of the ceramic to todays diffuser. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ia2iYC96lo The end!
Bought two of these to interchange every few weeks for cleaning. Very nice quality with a super fine output. Couldn’t be happier