JBL ProFlora Taifun P
Difusor de CO2 mini para nano aquários de água doce

  • Enriquecimento ideal com dióxido de carbono, o nutriente principal das plantas: difusor de CO2 para aquários de água doce pequenos de 20 a 400 l
  • Adequa-se a todos os sistemas de CO2 convencionais: ligação à mangueira de CO2 (4/6 mm), colocação do difusor com suporte de ventosa no aquário
  • Escoamento homogéneo e distribuição eficaz: cerâmica especial para bolhinhas de CO2 especialmente pequenas, membrana de cerâmica integrada
  • Modelo em vidro de alta qualidade
  • Incluído: difusor de CO2 mini ProFlora Taifun P Nano incl. 1 suporte de ventosa
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Alimentação ideal para plantas
A proporção de CO2 correta na água é de grande importância para as plantas de aquário. O dióxido de carbono serve como principal nutriente para as plantas e, portanto, como promotor de crescimento para o florescimento completo. As plantas utilizam o CO2 para a fotossíntese e abastecem, assim, a água com oxigénio vital. Previnem o crescimento de algas, eliminam substâncias tóxicas, fornecem esconderijos e reduzem germes patogénicos.

Enriquecimento homogéneo
O difusor JBL fornece à água do aquário o dióxido de carbono, o nutriente principal das plantas, em bolhinhas uniformes.

Instalação simples
O difusor adequa-se a todos os sistemas de CO2 convencionais. Ligação à mangueira de CO2 com 4/6 mm. Fixar o difusor com um suporte de ventosa no aquário.

A cerâmica especial integrada produz bolhas de CO₂ particularmente pequenas e uniformes. Difusor em vidro de alta qualidade. A quantidade de CO2 correta é diferente em cada aquário e depende do volume, da movimentação da água e da plantação do aquário. O teor de CO2 pode ser verificado por meio de um teste de CO2.


JBL ProFlora Taifun P

N.º de artigo:
Número EAN:
20-400 l
Ø mangueira:
4/6 mm
Volume embalagem:
0.240 l
Peso ilíquido:
38.000 g
Peso líquido:
22 g
Conversão de peso:
Dimensões (c/a/l):
40/140/96 mm

Dados técnicos

How can I remove the hose from the device?

At first the air hoses and special CO2 hoses can easily be pushed on the connection piece. The hoses harden more and more as the months go on and can only be removed from the connection piece using great force. If you pull the hose hard it will only strain the connection, which could, in the worst case, even break off. Instead cut the hoses you want to remove laterally at the ends and carefully remove them. For this it’s always advisable to install hoses with some reserve in its hose length.

Why does the JBL Taifun P Nano make a “chirping” noise as soon as CO2 flows through ?

In this CO2 diffuser CO2 is pushed through a fine ceramic membrane under high pressure . This can, depending on the pressure, sometimes cause a slight “chirping” noise.

The JBL Taifun P only produces the micro bubbles at a few places on the ceramic plate. Why is that ?

Both gases and fluids always seek the path of least resistance when under pressure. Accordingly, it is normal for the bubble production of a ceramic diffusor not to be evenly distributed everywhere. Of course, the distribution depends on other parameters as well. For example, if the pressure of the carbon dioxide is increased, the bubble production is more uniform, but more carbon dioxide is pressed through the JBL Taifun P as well.

Some of the pores of the ceramic plate become clogged in the course of time. Please see the other FAQs for more information.

The JBL Taifun P becomes clogged. What is the cause and what can be done about it ?

The ceramic diffusion membrane for tiny micro bubbles can get clogged over time by algae growth, sedimentation of mulm or occasionally also by limescale, with the result that the bubbles get bigger.

In this case please put the JBL Taifun P for some hours into JBL BioClean A.

The Taifun P does not produce any bubbles when used with a JBL bio80 or JBL bio160.

The Taifun P requires pressure for the carbon dioxide to be pressed through the fine membrane. The pressure formed in the reaction flask of JBL bio80 and JBL bio160 is enough to operate the diffuser.

If there are no fine bubbles coming out of the Taifun P, this may be due to the following:

1) The fermentation of the microorganisms isn’t working (see Solutions in the FAQ for the JBL bioRefill).
2) There might be a leak somewhere in the system where pressure can escape. Potential causes of the leak:
2a) The lid of the reaction vessel isn't screwed onto the cylinder properly. Solution: Clean or perhaps replace the sealing ring in the lid.
2b) The connections of the JBL T3 CO₂ hose where it is connected to the cylinder and the JBL SafeStop aren’t fastened tightly. Solution: The hoses must be pushed onto the connections all the way. If used frequently, we recommend shortening the hose by approx. 1 cm.

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