If they are small air stones, less than 4" for example, yes, it should power them. You run about 8" of tubing to a check valve, then the rest of the tubing to a two way gang valve which is clipped on the top back frame of the tank. How much tubing depends on where the air pump is sitting in relation to the tank. The closer the better, and above the tank is ideal, but the check valve allows you to place it under or beside the tank as well. The gang valve has a main port the tubing connects to, and two valves. Attach tubing to each valve and run each one to a stone. Adjust the valves as needed for the amount of air you want each stone to receive. The further from the valve, the stone is, the more air pressure it will need. The larger the stone, the more air pressure it will need as well. Hope this helps.
Date published: 2018-11-28