The Ares Series CO2 generators are used to create and maintain the CO2 levels in your growing environment. Titan Controls products are created for our industry, by our industry!
The Ares Series generators are easy to set up and operate. They come with all the parts necessary to get started growing with CO2, all you have to add is a gas source (Liquid Propane (LP) or Natural Gas (NG).
Located above 5000ft? We recommended using a Titan Controls Ares High-Altitude Model in high altitudes.
- Both Liquid Propane (LP) and Natural Gas(NG) models available - No changeover kits necessary!
- Dual redundant solenoids to control gas source
- Durable powder coated chassis for hydroponic environment
- Brass gas burners resist rust
- Built-in 'tip-over' switch defeats gas source in case generator should accidentally fall
- Gas hose and regulator included with generator
- Ceiling hooks and sturdy jack chain to hang CO2 generator in your grow area
- 120 Volt power supply included
- Detailed instructions included on how to operate your generator
- Titan Controls Ares: 10 is adjustable from 2 burners to 10 burners with a flip of a switch (Ares: 10 only)
Titan Controls Ares CO2 Generator | 2 Burner
Recommended Usage Space: For use in small rooms - 10' x 10' or less LP Capacity: 4,526 BTU/hr NG Capacity: 5,534 BTU/hr Power Supply: 120V
Titan Controls Ares CO2 Generator | 4 Burner
Recommended Usage Space: For use in mid-sized rooms - 15' x 15' or less LP Capacity: 9,052 BTU/hr NG Capacity: 11,068 BTU/hr Power Supply: 120V
Titan Controls Ares CO2 Generator | 8 Burner
Recommended Usage Space: For use in rooms - 25' x 25' or less LP Capacity: 18,104 BTU/hr NG Capacity: 22,163 BTU/hr Power Supply: 120V
Titan Controls Ares CO2 Generator | 10 Burner
Recommended Usage Space: For use in rooms - 40' x 40' or less LP Capacity: 22,630 BTU/hr NG Capacity: 27,670 BTU/hr Power Supply: 120V
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Titan Controls Ares CO2 Generator Questions & Answers
Should there be a gas smell in the area?
NO! Turn the gas supply off immediately. Do not turn on any electrical devices. Ventilate the area and leave the area until the gas smell is no longer present. Determine where the leak is by using soapy water. Spray the soapy solution on the gas connections and watch for bubbles. Bubbles will appear if the connection(s) are leaking. Seal the leaks.
The power is connected but the generator is not working and no indicator lights are on?
The "tip over" switch may have been activated. Tilt the unit to one side and listen for a clicking noise. The switch is like a pendulum and will turn off the unit if it is not level.
Should the generator be buzzing or sparking?
Yes. When the unit is firing you will hear sparking sounds. It will attempt this up to 5 times before going into "Lock Out Error" mode.
Should I run my CO2 at night?
No, you should not. Plants photosynthesize CO2 only during the daylight hours. At night, the plants expire CO2 and have no use for CO2. Save yourself some money and only dose CO2 during daylight hours when it does the most good for the plants.
Why do gardeners enrich their growing space with CO2?
CO2 is proven to speed up a plants growth rate, improve overall health and increase a plants yield. There are also many other benefits to plants, among them greater resistance to temperature extremes and other forms of stress, better growth at low light intensities, improved root/top ratios and less injury from air pollutants.
What methods can I use to enrich CO2 in my indoor garden or greenhouse?
The two most common methods are using a CO2 generator/burner or bottled CO2. The most common generator/burner uses LP (liquid propane) gas from a tank or a NG (natural gas) conversion kit that allows you to hook up your generator/burner to the natural gas line in your house. The other option is to purchase bottled CO2 from a local supplier in your area and control its release into your garden area using a Titan Controls CO2 controller (Atlas 1) or short cycle repeat cycle timer with photocell. It should be noted that there is no advantage to increasing CO2 levels beyond 2000 PPM for most greenhouse plants. The optimum level of CO2 for plant growth is generally accepted at 1200 - 1600 PPM.
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