Water booster

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  1. TVR

    TVR Newcomer
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    Has anybody got any recomendations on a water booster pump.
    My tank is 350liter and it takes just over 4 hours to fill up.
    My water pressure is on 2 bar so I would like to boost it up a bit.
    Don't want to spend more that £100.
     
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  2. abs

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    That's pretty fast m8 to be honest I'm not sure a pump would make a improvement what to do you have?
     
  3. TVR

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    what do you mean " what to do you have?"
    My nephew has about 4 bar pressure on his house and he fills a 500lt tank in just under 1.5 hours.
    I was told the higher the presssure the longer your filters will last.
     
  4. abs

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    Lol suppose to say "what ro do you have" Mr touchy !!!! I'm out of here :confused:
     
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    Lol


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  6. Oakridge

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    My 500 ltr takes about 1.5hrs to fill the pressure gauge reads 80 I qtr turn the ro tap back so it reads 75 and yes I was told by James at xline systems it's cheaper to run with the better pressure you have.
     
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