How do you use a nano diffuser?

This diffuser was very easy to set up. Just fill with water and push the button….HOW TO USE (Easy):

  1. Fill up the water compartment.
  2. Add in your favorite fragrance or our pure aromatherapy oil set.
  3. Turn on Fragrance Diffuser.
  4. Your room now smells amazing and fresh.
  5. Enjoy additional benefits from different essential oils.

How do you use a CO2 diffuser tank?

Setup and Use The CO2 diffuser connects with the end of the CO2 tubing that is attached to the CO2 regulator at the bubble counter. When the CO2 diffuser is submerged into the fish tank, the CO2 inflow from the regulator will enter the fish tank raising the CO2 level of the aquarium water.

How many CO2 bubbles do I need?

How do I calculate the required dosage? Rule of thumb for the basic adjustment of the bubble count: 10 bubbles per minute per 100 l aquarium water. Example: 200 l aquarium: 2 x 10 = 20 bubbles per minute. Adjust the added CO2 in small steps until the desired CO2 concentration is reached.

When should I turn on my CO2 tank?

Top tips:

  1. Turn your CO2 OFF 1 hours before the lights go out.
  2. To start with, set the solenoid to turn ON the CO2 1-3 hours before lights come ON (may require a longer period in larger tanks).
  3. You may be required to do a little experimentation with your bubble count and CO2 on/off times.

Where do you put a diffuser in a fish tank?

​Diffusers should always be placed in the down wash of the water outflow current; bubbles should be fine enough to get pulled by the current downwards when they first exit the diffuser.

Why is my diffuser not working?

People often get water inside the diffuser through overfilling, bumping or moving the diffuser around while full. If water or essential oil enters the diffuser it will quit working. If this happens, your should unplug and clean the unit and remove any water and let it sit for a day or two to “dry out”.

How do you unclog a CO2 diffuser?

Mix some bleach and water in a glass, drop the diffuser in for 24 hours, and ! voila! it works again.