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$20.00 - $187.50
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Clearstream Diffuser CS113 Replacement

When the diffuser gets plugged up it causes back pressure on the air pump causing the diaphragm to tear. If you just rebuilt of put a new compressor on your system it is advised you replace the diffuser. They are one of the main culprits of compressor and diaphragm failure.
Size: (1) Diffuser
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Important Info

The diffuser should be changed every 2-3 years.
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  • The key feature of Clearstream diffusers is their ability to create a fine and consistent bubble plume. This fine bubble aeration enhances oxygen transfer rates and minimizes energy consumption, making it a sustainable and cost-effective choice for wastewater treatment facilities. The clear design allows for easy inspection and maintenance, ensuring trouble-free operation.

    Clearstream diffusers play a crucial role in improving water quality and reducing the environmental impact of wastewater treatment, making them a valuable component in modern water management systems.

    Fits all Clearstream models (500, 600, 750, 1000, 1500)

    The diffuser should be changed every 2-3 years.

    We like to drill small holes in the green part of the diffuser to prevent this and have had very good success with this method. Rotary Vane compressors will overcome most of these issues as they will overcome back pressure and in a lot of cases blow the white part of the diffuser off leaving only the threaded part on.

    *Not a Clearstream OEM Part



P/N (10 PACK): CST-DIF-113Q10

P/N (15 PACK): CST-DIF-113Q15

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  • will this diffuser work with a FUJI MAC 80R2 air pump? Also what depth can you set the diffuser sense the air pump only has a operating pressure of 2.2 psi which is only 5 foot of water on top of the diffuser?

    Yes, you can use this diffuser with the Fuji Mac 80r2. It is the depth of water that matters and the 2.2 is the pressure at 80 lpm so if more pressure you will lose air volume. 

  • how big an how many holes were you drilling into the diffuser?

    4 with a 5/32 drill bit.