High ppm

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  1. 0793danny

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    I bought a tds tester as was looking to get a wfp system, its saying my ppm is 398 what would be the best way to get it pure?
     
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    You need to run it through ro it'll go down to around 20 ppm then get it to 0 by running it through resin
     
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    Where's the best place to get a ro? I will need to have alook on google/youtube, alot of reading for me over the next couple of days :confused:
     
  5. abs

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    How much water will you be using daily
     
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    move ...oh sorry couldnt resist..:rofl: i am 173 its amazing how different areas have different ppm...

    i bought off extend2wash off ebay and they have some cheap ro.....but dont ask me about the pump thing i aint got a clue but bought it anyway because....i was told to....
     
  7. 0793danny

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    Not alot at the moment but would it be better to buy one that could produce alot more than i need, so wont have to upgrade in the future?
     
  8. cheapncheerful

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    good question 0793danny i was wondering that...i got a 100 gpd it sounds a lot...but i suppose its a time thing....
     
  9. abs

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    I'd always say buy the best you can afford, producing pure water isn't as hard as you may think , it's very easy and you'll save money by getting a good quality ro unit
     
  10. cheapncheerful

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    now you tell me...hey i in enough trouble with the wifey....its gotta be cheap...
     
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