450gpd Ro > DI

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  1. Cleanz

    Cleanz Active Member
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    Got my first RO yesterday from Daqua.

    Most of it is assembled, bar the two filters - but I'd like to add an inline TDS meter, water pressure meter (because I have no idea if my water is the right pressure for this thing) and also I need to connect to my DI vessel but the (tiny) hose wouldn't fit - is there an adapter for this?
     
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  2. RiceRocket

    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    Yeah I used a RO>Hoselock adapter, they cost about £10 each
     
  3. cheapncheerful

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    I'd like to add an inline TDS meter....the things you learn on this site ...didnt know they did one....cool piece of kit.:)
     
  4. Cleanz

    Cleanz Active Member
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    There is so much to buy when you get down to it, just when I think I've covered everything - something else pops up!
     
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  6. Cleanz

    Cleanz Active Member
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    Damn, wish I'd thought of that, didn't realise they would do stuff like that.... which part of the RO did he fit it mate?

    When you get a minute would you also mind linking me to the adapter, there is tonnes on that site (and others) I can't see which is the correct size I need for the thin RO>DI connection.
     
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