NOTICE:This check valve is made specially for CO2 systems and NEVER for air pumps!!!
This Check Valve and Switch Valve Fits tubing with 4mm inner diameter and 6mm outer diameter.
âˆšThis high quality aquatic pants check valve was manufactured by integral moulding sturdy Stainless Steel,Never leakage and never get rust; Air Switch Valve made by Brass.
âˆšThis check valve can prevent the aquarium from the water flowing back which is caused by the decrease of CO2 pressure , and keep the function and service life of CO2 bottle.
âˆšWhen this check valve is used in the ozone generator , it can prevent the Ozone from flowing back to the air pump and eroding the propeller .
âˆšThis check valve can protect the power head from the water flowing back which is caused by power cut.
âˆšThis Air flow control valve can achieve second adjustment of carbon dioxide system, Control carbon dioxide gas flow more precise.
Product Information Specifications for Aquarium Hydrophyte Carbon dioxide/CO2 System Accessorries include 2 Pcs Stainless Steel Check Valve and 2 Pcs Air Switch Valves for Aquatic Plants Fish tank Below:
Manufacturer: William Tricker Inc.
Brand: William Tricker Inc.
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Manufacturer: The Dirty Gardener
Brand: The Dirty Gardener
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