How do i increase mains pressure?

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  1. Decker

    Decker Newcomer
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    Hi guys,

    im about to upgrade my business to 2 vans , problem is how do i fill two tanks from one mains supply ?? can i increase pressure to cope with two outlets ?? is there a better way ??

    Thanks in advance

    Kevin
     
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  2. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Assuming you have 4040 ro/di van mount systems then another option would be to build a large static system and fast fill both van tanks from that.
     
  3. abs

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    They are larger booster pumps that could help , used them at old place I worked , it was plumbed in when I was off one week so sorry can't help anymore than that
     
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    Flow rate is also important as pressue so I can't really see a domestic water feed being able to cope with the demand of running two ro's even with booster pumps fitted to each system. Guess the only way is to try and see if it works or not and let us know your findings.
     
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