Which Ro Unit

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  1. splatswindowcleaning

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  2. Oliver

    Oliver Well-Known Member
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    Hi, I would say it depends on how much water your using & if your filtering it into a bigger tank first?
     
  3. doug atkinson

    doug atkinson Well-Known Member
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    Think into the future not current. Go for a 450 gpd or 300 gpd,

    Your end up buying something then regret it a few months later down the line.
     
  4. Masons

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    ^ You do, look at your budget add to your decision where you would like to be rather than where you are.
     
  5. Oliver

    Oliver Well-Known Member
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    I'm using a small ro I picked up for £30 think its a 75 gpd filter it into a 1000 ibc 24/7 lol but lasts ok for me think it will be a while before I upgrade my RO & not expensive anyway unless buying a 40/40 system,which you would need a lot of work to make that worth while.
    My water is conning out at 10ppm from about 360ppm
     
  6. Carlwindy

    Carlwindy Active Member
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    Go on ebay mate, there's plenty on there on (buy it now) even if you don't have a ebay account you can ring a few of them and order over the phone like I did, 300gpd ro plus a di cost me about £120
     
  7. Oliver

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    Mine was from ebay £30 lol water 10ppm cant complain!
     
  8. jimmyboots

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    Jimmy if you was to add a pump to your system would it produce more per hour? Am thinking of getting that set up. :)
     
  10. jimmyboots

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    Not sure about pumps mate, I've only been doing WFP a month. I'm just converting my round over after 22 years of Trad. At the moment I'm just doing tops WFP so this setup produces more than enough water for me. It's a straight forward setup so I'm sure someone else could advise you on booster pumps.
     
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