More bubbles….

Came back home after work. Oh my. More CO2 bubbles produced I can see. And this time, it dissolved well in water. The bubble size get really tiny as it’s approaching the top of the reactor.

I even can see O2 bubbles on the plants too. Hey. My plants photosynthesis at last.

…and I still got stoned by looking at those moving bubbles.

Read the rest of the stories relating to this planted aquarium project:

  1. Getting things for pilot try of planted aquarium
  2. Setting up planted aquarium (phase 1)
  3. Setting up planted aquarium (stranded)
  4. Setting up planted aquarium (phase 2)
  5. Final goods shopping for this aquarium
  6. Experimenting with water temperature
  7. Installing CO2 system
  8. Fermentation started, CO2 bubbles start flowing in
  9. More CO2 bubbles
  10. Worrying about pH and excess CO2 over the night
  11. Getting aquarium cleaners
  12. Getting final fishes for the aquarium
  13. Plants trimming


Technical Manager at one of the market researcher company in KL who does blogging on his free time. Love cats very much. Always fascinated with new technology (as well as spending money on it)

3 Responses

  1. Malique says:

    wah… makin banyak buih…. nanti jadi satu taman la ek

    aaa sejuk mata memandang.

  2. Fizz Hazrai says:

    perghh… i love bubble.. i love bubble.. teringat laks cerita nemo..

    nicely done lah imran..

    tak terkata bila tengok hasil kerja imran.. perghh..

  3. demononion says:

    i have checked with some shops on CO2 tank plus valve(nak beli tapi mahal lah)

    Electromagnetic Needle Valve (Timer Based, Require Electricity) – RM 220

    CO2 Tank – RM 250

    Since you’re having problems controling CO2 levels, boleh la beli ni, and try it out (and post it on your blog, so i can see before i try it out, hehehehe)

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