What Do I Need...... Back Pack

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  1. CNS-southwest

    CNS-southwest Grand Master
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    Hey guys,

    SO.... after i get my round going i would like a back pack system so that i can do conservs, bungalows with rooms added in the loft and hard to reach windows.

    Nothing big.... and nothing expensive.

    So what do i need?

    i am thinking the RO option with a tank big enough to fill my back back and two continers in the car that i can top up my back pack with (maybe 2 containers the same size as my back pack?)

    all help greatly apreciated.

    Thanks

    Dave
     
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  2. rcproperty

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    I think if you are only going to use a small amount of water then a di system would be a bit better than an ro system.
     
  3. CNS-southwest

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    Is a di system not more expensive???
     
  4. rcproperty

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    Think it's cheaper to buy but more expensive to run but has no waste water

    Ro is more to buy less running cost but if you leave it sitting not making any for a while then it takes longer to flush and produces waste water as well as pure
     
  5. CNS-southwest

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    Oki, so what would I need for a di system?? Incl back pack etc
     
  6. rcproperty

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    The best guy to ask about that is a guy on here called mark m he knows a lot more about di than I do as I use to.
     
  7. CNS-southwest

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    Oki thanks mate
     
  8. Belfastcleaning

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    Have you tested your water yet? If not, you will need a tds meter to see which system you'll need
     
  9. CNS-southwest

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    No i haven't, but it's Thames valley so it's a hard water area.
     
  10. Gmeister

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    Am in a hard water area too!

    I got myself a backpack, for a church job, and hard to reach domestic windows and conservatory roofs.

    I got myself a small DI vessel (6ltr) should do the job fine as I get bigger and a van (and my own place to add) then ill consider RO
     
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