Super Oxygenate Your Water

O2 Grow 2040

40 Gallon Capacity - 20 Gallons per Emitter

The 2040 unit is our most popular model! This unit gives you the option of using both emitters in a 40 gallon reservoir or splitting them up into two different 20 gallon reservoirs. Either way, this unit is designed for use in 30-50 gallon barrels. Similar to our other units, this 2040 allows you to place both emitters in one reservoir or you can split them into two different reservoirs. The unit makes no noise and will not heat your water. Whether you have 20-40 gallons, it only takes a hour or less to super oxygenate your nutrient water.

Package contains:

  • (1) Heavy Duty Control Box
  • (2) Emitters
  • (1) Power Cord

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Specifications
Instructions
Usage
Top Questions

Product Specications

 Item Number: 2040
Contents:  Aluminum Heat Sink Control Box, Universal Power Supply, (2) Titanium Emitter
Capacity: 40 Gallon / 151.4 Liter
Electrical Usage: 58 Watts @ 120V
Product Size: Emitter: 3.375in x 6.375in x .75in, Control Box: 5.5in x 2.5in x 2.25in, Emitter Cord Length: 8ft each

Titanium Emitter

Control Box

Universal Power Supply

Instructions

Quick Instructions

O2 Grow units are basically plug and play. Simply remove the unit from the package, connect the emitter to the power supply and then connect the power supply to the control box. Then, plug the power supply into the wall outlet. You should see a green light on the control box. The unit is now ready and the emitter can be placed into water. Once the emitter comes in contact with the water or the nutrient solution, this will complete the electronic circuit and the emitter will begin emitting bubbles.

If you do not see bubbles, make sure that your water has some electrolyte in it. If you are using reverse osmosis water or purified water, you will need to add some nutrient to make the emitters work.

The best method for oxygenating your water is to run the unit just before watering your plants, or on a timed cycle to boost oxygen if you are growing in a hydroponic method.

Cleaning The Emitters

O2 Grow  Emitters will require cleaning from time to time. Over time, the Emitter may get a calcium build up from the water. A quick rinse in muriatic acid will remove the build up from the screens. Properly maintaining your screens will prolong the life of the Emitter.

Watering crops is the most important job in nursery production. Elevating dissolved oxygen levels in the water increases root efficiency.

When watering plants in soil, you will want to oxygenate your nutrient water just before pouring on plants.

Wicking

For wicking systems, you will want to oxygenate your nutrient water on a schedule. Use a timer to boost oxygen every 3-4 hours.

Ebb & Flow

In Ebb & Flow systems, it is best to oxygenate the nutrient water on a schedule. Set your timer to oxygenate just prior to flooding the tray.

In Deep Water Culture systems, you will want to oxygenate your nutrient water on a schedule. Use a timer to boost your oxygen every 3-4 hours.

Drip / Top-Water

In Drip or Top Water systems, it is best to oxygenate the nutrient water just prior to your scheduled watering.

Aeroponic / Cloner

For Aeroponic or Cloner systems, you will want to oxygenate your nutrient water on a schedule. Use a timer to boost oxygen every 3-4 hours.

Top Questions:

#1 Question Headline Here?

A: The actual process is called hydrolytic electrolysis. The O2 Grow emitter carries a positive charge on one screen and a negative charge on the other. Once placed in the water, the emitter separates the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen. The larger hydrogen bubbles float up and dissipate into the air and the tiny oxygen bubble is so small it cannot break the surface of the water and is therefore reabsorbed back into the water, effectively increasing the DO saturation level.

#2 Question Headline Here?

A: The actual process is called hydrolytic electrolysis. The O2 Grow emitter carries a positive charge on one screen and a negative charge on the other. Once placed in the water, the emitter separates the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen. The larger hydrogen bubbles float up and dissipate into the air and the tiny oxygen bubble is so small it cannot break the surface of the water and is therefore reabsorbed back into the water, effectively increasing the DO saturation level.

#3 Question Headline Here?

A: The actual process is called hydrolytic electrolysis. The O2 Grow emitter carries a positive charge on one screen and a negative charge on the other. Once placed in the water, the emitter separates the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen. The larger hydrogen bubbles float up and dissipate into the air and the tiny oxygen bubble is so small it cannot break the surface of the water and is therefore reabsorbed back into the water, effectively increasing the DO saturation level.

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