Depending on the type of flow meter you have, here are some starting point flow and durations for using the O2 stone in the fementer for 6 gallon batch size. the flow rate was .5 SCFH/.2LPM for a 3 minute duration, this seems to be enough to get the attenuation listed for the yeasts i have used. Upping the duration to 4 minutes at the same flow rate increased the fermentation activity but increased the attenuation 10+% over typical. Have tested higher flow rates but with diminising effect as the bubbles rose through the wort and made a nice head of foam but did not seem to have time to be absorbed into the wort. One of the more extreme test results was a SG 1.032-1.002 english ale that was pitched with a ready to pitch tube (no starter) , 5 minutes O2 @.5 SCFH, that finished in 36 hours, and blew off 3 quarts of wort into catch bucket.