Unger nLite HydroPower DI Filter System

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  1. Hydro_tech29

    Hydro_tech29 Newcomer
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    Hi all, am new to the site.

    You would think I work for unger in relation to this thread but I dont. I just purchased the above system in addition to a freedom trolley. What a f****** amazing product!! This system allows you to produce pure water onsite or at home at a reasonable flow rate. Okay the filter sock needs replacing roughly every 1000 litres of water depending on water quality which here in Norwich is Hard-as-hell, however this isnt too high IMA. The speed with which to change the filter is approx 30 seconds. This system has so far produced 250 litres of water as I only just got it. The pole provided is decent enough, water floe thru pole is excellent even at full extension and the basic system seems great for a beginner as some cheap beginner RO machines produce roughly 25ish litres of water per hour on a drip drip basis, the 6 ltr starter unger system fills 25 litres at 000ppm approx every 10 minutes. The basis system can be added too and expanded really easily upto 4 units each containing filters. Just a point to remember if new to this system is water pressure. It has to be quite low in order for the filter to process out the **** and this isnt always made clear to a novice. Don't do what I did and accidentally flood the system with too much pressure as this will cost you approx 25 quid for a new filter.

    Anyway I hope this thread is of some interest or help and thanks for reading guys.............

    Steve
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Welcome Hydro, a good review of new toys is always welcome.

    When do you plan to leave Unger and go for it solo? ;)
     
  3. Hydro_tech29

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    I know I know it would seem that way from the thread, but was real impressed so just had to say...

    Great forum by the way only just really discovered it but will be using in future
     
  4. Neil

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    I want to buy 2 Unger Hydropower DI Vessels but don't want to spend £200 a vessel


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  5. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    I like the look of the quick change but they are totally overpriced
    My DI vessel in van cost £30 does exactly same thing but is 11L
    I would consider Unger one when I become wealthy or they drop price
     
  6. Hydro_tech29

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    I agree about the initial costs of the unit they are quite high but i like its portability as it suits me at present as i am just starting up again after a while out......
     
  7. Neil

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    If the vessels were £100 each then I would snap it up now but £200 each is steep


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  8. Eviestevie

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    I am going to purchase these vessels for my new van setup
    They are expensive but I like the look of them they look the business and with the built in tds that's cool
    If they lowered the price a little I think these vessels would fly out
     
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    The 6ltr one is £245 which is the cheapest I have found I need 2 of them but I also need a flat surface cleaner for my pressure washer


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  10. Taxlossloz

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    How's pressure washing going Neil ?
     
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