Booster pump

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  1. Aqua-pure Portadown

    Aqua-pure Portadown Active Member
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    Right guys ,I need a bit of info from the wise ones :)
    I am looking to boost my water pressure from my outside tap ( which fills my tank-RO )
    Not looking anything too expensive and it would be good to have something small enough to fit under the kitchen sink (where the mains comes in )
    Any links would be great :)

    Thanks in advances guys :)
     
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  2. DanielT

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  3. johnny bravo

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    when using a booster pump where is the best place to connect it up.
    the last one i had i had it connected to the water tap before the water going into the ro system.

    is this the way purefreedom suggest, or is it connected after the filters before the membranes.

    been trying to find my old booster pump, cant find it. typical.
    i put it away when i just left my ro running.

    im still waiting for my pressure gauge from vyair, a week ago

    any pics of booster pump set-up would be great.
     
  4. johnny bravo

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    collins water do a booster pump @ £49.99.
    ebay nu. 281539117481.

    is there any difference in pumps with the purefreedom one, apart from £50 difference
     
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