Aquatic Life Introduces CO2 Regulator with Lighted Solenoid Valve

Published on July 23, 2013

Many indoor gardeners often overlook the importance of CO2 to grow plants quickly. CO2, when paired with light, is one of the most vital sources of food for plants. With that knowledge in mind, Aquatic Life, LLC has introduced a new high-pressure CO2 regulator that includes a 120-volt lighted solenoid valve to indicate when CO2 is flowing.

The compact size of the CO2 regulator makes it easy to place in small spaces. Unlike most CO2 regulators that use a barb fitting to attach tubing, the Aquatic Life CO2 regulator uses a compression fitting to securely lock the flexible tubing in place. Using the adjustable needle valve makes it easier to regulate the amount of CO2 flowing through the system. “For over three years, we have sold and distributed our CO2 regulators into the marine aquarium market,” said Michael Elliot, Aquatic Life co-owner. “The regulators have proven to be successful in that market and we feel confident they will be well received in the hydroponics market.” 


The CO2 regulator with lighted solenoid valve includes two compression valves and a 12-month warranty. For more information about Aquatic Life and its premium product offerings, please visit www.aquaticlife.com To order the CO2 Regulator, call 888-548-3480 or email dealersupport@aquaticlife.com.

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