Super Oxygenate Your Water
O2 Grow 2250
250 Gallon Capacity - 125 Gallons per Emitter
Item Number: 2250
Contents: Heavy Duty Control Box with Power Supply and Cooling Fans, (2) Titanium Emitters
Capacity: 250 Gallon / 946 Liter
Electrical Usage: 432 Watts @ 120V
Product Size:Emitter: 8in x 13in x .75in, Control Box: 16in x 13in x 7in and Emitter Cord Length: 11ft each
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The O2 Grow 2250 unit can be mounted on a wall near your reservoir. Immerse the emitters into the water or water dosed with nutrients. Run the emitters to saturate the water with oxygen. Best method is to set up the emitters to run on a timer so you are ready to irrigate when needed.
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.
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.
Deep Water Culture
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.
Can I use both emitters at the same time?
A: Yes. Since each emitter will oxygenate about 125 gallons of water, using both will increase the amount of water your are able to oxygenate to 250 gallons. You can also split the emitters into two different reservoirs.
I am having a biofilm issue, will the added oxygen help?
A: Yes. Refer to our research study on MicroFarms vertical farming. They were able to significantly reduce the amount of biofilm in their supply lines and spray nozzles using O2Grow to boost the amount of oxygen in their nutrient water. They also reaped the benefits of higher dissolved oxygen and increased vegetable and fruit yield.
How long do I need to run the emitters?
A: There are many variables that play into the run times for the emitters. Your sourced water, your nutrient usage (in ppm’s) and the temperature of your water. The absolute best way to dial in the appropriate run time is to have a Dissolved Oxygen Meter. Raising the DO in your water may take anywhere from 30 minutes to 4 hours to reach full saturation.