Re: what does a diffuser do?
As stated, this has to do with smoke bubble size. Smaller bubbles have a greater surface area vs. volume. In theory this exposes more filterable particulate to the filtering agent (the water) . The larger the surface area ,the better the thermal exchange. The hotter smoke is cooled better by the cooler water .
Last edited by Lakemonster; August 10th, 2008 at 09:35 PM.