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Ceramic Disc Airstones

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Ceramic Disc Airstones

Fuel plant growth with a Ceramic Disc Air Stone. It's the best air stone we sell.

It'll dramatically increase your dissolved oxygen content - it's ideal for large tanks.

You get more bubbles and finer bubbles. You even get a wider spread of bubbles…you can thank the uniform disc shape for that.

It's just what you need to boost growth & enhance nutrient uptake.

Expect your air stone to have a long life – they’re made from a durable ceramic compound.

These air stones are the very best ones to use with air flows of 2.5 – 10 Litres per minute. Other air stones just aren’t as good! The Ceramic Disc is definitely the one to beat.

  • Ceramic air stone – for quality, very fine bubbles
  • Long lasting – made from durable ceramic compound!
  • Perfect for air flows of 2.5 - 10 Litres per minute
  • Creates a good mix of large and small bubbles
  • Far better bubble dispersion than the Golf Ball Air Stone
  • Dramatically increases dissolved oxygen levels in nutrient solutions
  • Great for deep water culture / bubbler systems
  • Only choice for an IWS Oxypot XL or in a RUSH RDWC system

Not sure which air stone you need? Check out the video above to learn more!

Choose a Size

4" Ceramic Disc Air Stone: At lease 2.5 - 10 Litres per minute air flow needed
6" Ceramic Disc Air Stone: At least 5 - 10 Litres per minute air flow needed

To find out which air pump you need, see the 'How to Use' tab.

We recommend

The temperature of your nutrient solution affects the dissolved oxygen content. For best results, keep your nutrient solution to 180C - 21oC. You may need a heater, chiller and thermometer to do this.

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