All of our bubble counters have an integrated check valve. That includes bubble counters which are part of the Pro-SE Series, Pro-Elite Series and AquaBeat regulators.
I’m afraid dirt from the CO2 tank has stuck inside the regulator’s 1st stage. Please follow steps to fix this issue: remove the regulator from the cylinder release all gas from the regulator so both gauges are on 0. remove the CO2Art logo sticker from the back of the regulator unscrew the bolt from the … Read more
This situation is typical as high-pressure gauge will show a reading of between 800-1000psi during whole CO2 cylinder lifespan. That is due that pressure of CO2 in the liquid state is 800-1000psi. Once you use all liquid CO2 and CO2 will be only in the gas state (cylinder almost empty) gauge will start drop. This … Read more
If you don’t see any bubbles in the bubble counter once your solenoid is energised please follow below steps to investigate your issue : Make sure the needle valve is open by turning it anticlockwise at least half-full-turn. Switch your solenoid ON/OFF and check if you hear clicking noise inside the solenoid. If you don’t … Read more
Soak the diffuser in 3(water):1(bleach) solution for several hours. Next rinse with water to remove chlorine. Steps by step video
Step 1 | Filling With Water Open top part of the bubble counterTake supplied O-ring out of the bubble counter chamberFill the chamber with water**We do not recommend mineral oil as it may contaminate your diffuser. Step 2 | Compression Collars Remove the compression collarFeed tubing through the collar Step 3 | Connecting Tubing Push the tubing … Read more
Step 1 | Filling With Water Open top part of the bubble counter.Fill the chamber with water**We do not recommend mineral oil as it may contaminate your diffuser. Step 2 | Compression Collars Remove the compression collarsFeed tubing through the collars. Step 3 | Connecting Tubing Push the tubing onto the nipples at each end of the … Read more
If your solenoid is not fully closing the flow, probably the dirt from the CO2 cylinder stuck inside the orifice or on top of the plunger. In such a situation when the solenoid is in OFF position the dirt will prevent the plunger from closing the gas flow completely and you will still see some bubbles in … Read more