4040 Ro

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  1. Posh

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    Can someone recommend where to get one at a good price.

    Also the cleaning warehouse are selling a 4040 ro system + membrane on eBay for £370. Is this all I would need to make my pure water.

    Last but not least anyone recommend a good ro that would be good out of a inside house tap.
     
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  2. Gmeister

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    Are you going over to wfp Posh?
     
  3. Posh

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    Nah mate no way. To be honest just getting prepared & might wfp a few more tops that have them little square windows & leaded rather then spray & buff them so may use more water in the long run. Whatever happens G I will always trad bottoms anyway.
     
  4. OoO

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    I'd use an RO running costs are minimal.
     
  5. Posh

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    That's what I'm trying to look into but don't really know what one to get. Most people say the 4040 is the best but RC also recommended a good one. Got me water butt all done & set up so just ready to go.
     
  6. Gmeister

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    Gonna say Posh!

    4040 is for heavy water usage if your thinking of upping water production then ro maybe 350gpd?

    Otherwise stick to Di..
     
  7. All Round Cleaning

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    150 gpd ro does me and i dont run it every day .
     
  8. Posh

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    RC showed me a good one. 200gpd with booster. Would need to put throug my di to polish off but sounded ok. Am watching one on eBay 600gpd £199.
     
  9. OoO

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    The idea with Ro's is you just leave em making water.

    How many litres a day are you going to use?

    I'd be looking at a small ro and an IBc tank
     
  10. Posh

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    Between 2 & 500 litres a every 2 weeks. Need it fairly fast as have a flat so hose is coming out my kitchen window & down along a path to my little shed place so can really only do it on a Sunday but can leave it but can't go out
     
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