Anyone on here able to build a pure water system in my garage?

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  1. shazzy692002

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    I really want to make my water in the garage rather than using the ionics system I have in my van(due to the fact I will be getting rid of van when I can afford a newer one).Probably very early next year...

    Does anyone on here do this for a living?. k line charge about £1200 for a warm system which I don't think is bad at all.

    If not how do you fancy helping me online build my own system from scratch....Come on boys you know you want too.
     
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  2. RiceRocket

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    In my head it sounds simple to set up (as long you can got electric socket in garage) & I reckon you could do it. I would save the water heating for next van system.
     
  3. shazzy692002

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    I have got electric in garage,

    Do you mean warm the water up in the new van? as all in want in the new van is the water really if that is possible. ?. x
     
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    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    Yeah because if you're heating it up in garage system then it's surely going to get cold again in the tank>reel hose.

    Your only difficult decision is what RO system to get.
     
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    I'm expecting this thread to get very full of volunteers.

    ...I'm even googling the subject right now.:specs
     
  6. Tuffers

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    IBC tanks have a steel cage round them don't they ? :eek::confused::ninja::zipit:
     
  7. Duncs

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    i got mine fitted in garage last year shaz easy all ready had the electric, bought my RO from pure freedom, they was really gd gave me loads of advice. T he RO came fully fitted, next job was water supply.
    I bought three water butts from homebase 600 lts total.. the guys here will give you loads of advice gd luck
     
  8. shazzy692002

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    So my 1st job is finding the correct RO.

    Water supply will be from my out side tap haha. Just like it is now. x
     
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    IBC tank would be cheaper option hold 1000l or use 220l garden butts £30 each
     
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