Deironised Water???

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  1. Dan Hughes

    Dan Hughes Newcomer
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    Hi Guys,

    I am a window cleaner local to Orpington, Kent. Where is the best place to buy water for wfp? Prices, readings etc

    Any Help?

    Thanks
    Dan
     
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  2. Jimroot

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    For readings you require a tds meter, daqua is a recommended supplier.

    Then you can work out how much your own costs would be and what equipment to buy.
     
  3. Dan Hughes

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    I have heard that you can buy water from certain companies who sell it already purified. Do you know which companies these are?
     
  4. Jimroot

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    I've seen a few on gumtree and I think ebay, but I got my own kit. It can live outside when it's frost free. If your 'TDS' is lowish and your use isn't too high, the equipment isn't big or costly relatively.

    A company or more experienced person on here could help you figure out costs, but you need to know your TDS first and estimated volumes used
     
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    I have found a company selling water reading max 0.4 on the TDS, £5 per 100litres. Is this a fair price or can i buy it cheaper else where?
     
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    Sounds fair price. I've read £1 x 20L before.
     
  7. Dan Hughes

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    Thanks.

    FYI - London Hygiene Supplies
    Bridge Rd, Orpington

    Is the company doing the water for £5 per 100 litres.
     
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    Sounds like an ok price - cheaper than some other companies that have previously been listed on here :)
     
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  10. Oooooooh I'd be tight with my water if I was buying it.
     
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