JBL ProFlora m2000 SILVER (butla CO2)
Napełniana butla z 2 kg CO2

  • Optymalne zasilanie w CO2 dla szybko i wolno rosnących roślin
  • Komfortowo i efektywnie: Napełniana butla 2 kg do wielokrotnego użytku
  • Nadaje się do wszystkich instalacji CO2. Pobór za pomocą armatury JBL m001 lub innego reduktora ciśnienia z gwintem przyłącza W21,8 x1/14
  • Certyfikat TÜV, butla pod ciśnieniem z zaworem nadciśnieniowym. Samostojąca: Butla nie przewraca się, nie potrzebna podstawka
  • W zestawie: Napełniana butla z 2 kg CO2, Wymiary: 46 x 11,5 cm.
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Odżywianie roślin akwariowych
Zdrowe rośliny są ważne dla każdego akwarium. Rośliny zasilają akwarium w ważny dla życia tlen dla mieszkańców akwarium, zapobiegają glonom i usuwają problematyczne substancje.

Zdrowe rośliny = Zdrowe ryby
Zdrowe rośliny zapobiegają rozrostowi glonów, dostarczają tlen, usuwają szkodliwe substancje, tworzą kryjówki i redukują zarazki chorobotwórcze. Aby rośliny rozwijały się należy spełnić następujące potrzeby: Światło jako źródło energii do fotosyntezy CO2, składniki pokarmowe i pierwiastki śladowe do pobudzania wzrostu. Nawozy do roślin JBL zasilają rośliny przez wodę we wszystkie główne składniki odżywcze i pierwiastki śladowe. W ten sposób rośliny otrzymują wszystkie niezbędne składniki pokarmowe, których potrzebują do pobierania przez liście i korzenie. Zasięg instalacji CO₂ zależy od różnych czynników. Decydująca jest twardość węglanowa, ilość i rodzaj roślin oraz siła cyrkulacji powierzchni wody.

Szczegóły

JBL ProFlora m2000 SILVER (butla CO2)

Nr Art.:
6305500
Numer EAN:
4014162630551
Zawartość:
2000 g
Pojemność Opakowanie:
9.120 l
Masa brutto:
7836.000 g
Masa netto:
7400 g
Przeliczenie wagi:
1000
Wymiary (dł/wys/sz):
130/540/130 mm

Dane techniczne

FAQ
How do I know that my CO2 pressure gas cylinder still has gas in it?

The cylinder pressure of 50 – 60 bar, depending on the room temperature, remains constant until the cylinder is almost completely empty. The easiest method is to weigh your CO2 cylinder incl. bracket when it is completely empty. This way you will know the exact tare weight of your CO2 cylinder with its attachment parts at any time. If you forget it you can read the tare weight on the CO2 cylinder (stamp marking at the neck of the cylinder) and add 0.5 kg for the safety bracket. A full m500 CO2 cylinder with security bracket weighs according to that tare + 1 kg (0.5 kg bracket + 0.5 kg filling) – a m2000 tare + 2.5 kg (0.5 kg bracket + 2 kg filling).

Towards the end of the filling process the cylinder pressure rapidly and significantly drops. Does this mean my system is broken?

The rapid drop in the cylinder pressure shortly before the end of the charge does not constitute grounds for complaint, and instead, is normal and unavoidable from a technical standpoint.

Reason: The cylinder is filled approximately halfway with liquid carbon dioxide. You remove gaseous CO₂ from the cylinder; the corresponding share of the liquid CO₂ passes to the gaseous phase; the pressure remains constant. It isn’t until less CO₂ passes from the liquid phase to the gaseous phase that the cylinder pressure begins to drop.

This means your system is functioning normally.

Is there anything I need to know when dealing with CO2 pressurised gas cylinders?

You must observe two points:

1) Cylinder: Reusable cylinders are TÜV tested and this is stamped on the cylinder. This test must be renewed every 10 years, with the bottom of the cylinder and the valve sealing and threaded joint being tested.

2) The carbon dioxide:
Depending on its concentration, carbon dioxide is harmful in the air. From: http://www-organik.chemie.uni-wuerzburg.de/misc/betr_ein/uw-g15.html : The respiratory rate and pulse rate increase at a carbon dioxide concentration of 3-5%. Other symptoms are headaches, discomfort and ringing in the ears. Carbon dioxide concentrations of 8-10% and more cause these symptoms to become more pronounced. This may lead to cramps, fainting, apnoea and death from suffocation.

One 500 g cylinder contains 500 g CO₂. This is equal to 11.36 mol (chemical substance amount unit). One mol of a gaseous substance has a volume of 22.414 l under normal conditions (273.15 K, 101325 Pa), so that 500 g of CO₂ result in a volume of 254.7 l. CO₂ is heavier than air, so that it collects on the ground. This corresponds to a CO₂ height level in the range of 12.735 mm = 1.27 cm for a room of 20 m². If it is mixed completely with the air in a room of 20 m² and a height of 2.5 m (corresponds to 50,000 l), this corresponds to a maximum gas concentration of 0.5 volume %, which is well below the dangerous level.

Can/May I also use auch compressed gas cylinders by other manufacturers?

The connections on reusable CO₂ systems are generally standardised so that they can be used with other cylinders, with the exception of a few cases.

However please note the following restrictions. Some larger-sized cylinders are not approved for non-stop operation with pressure reducers and you will lose your warranty claim if you use such systems.

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Ostrzeżenie
H280: Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated.
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P103: Read label before use.
P410+P403: Protect from sunlight. Store in a well-ventilated place.
P101: If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand.
P102: Keep out of reach of children.
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