which size di should I buy

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  1. willowtreecleaning

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    My tap water reads 250, and rainwater that I have been harvesting is around 30.

    What size di should I get and how many also wheres best to buy, I will only be needing about 300 ltr a week.
     
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  2. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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  3. Posh

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    My waters 276 & I got
    2 4.6litre ones. Fits behind the back seat of my van if I need to take them out.
     
  4. willowtreecleaning

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    Posh, how much resin do you use
     
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    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    For just 300L a week you may as well eventually stick with 2 x 11L I'd say
     
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    heyoh Active Member
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    Thanks for the link cheshire, smashing price, ordered one, i hope it's in good condition.
     
  8. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    they are pal, the only thing i found was the plastic screw in head was really tight so be carefull you dont cross thread it going back in and try a little silicone spray or a midges of grease just to help the threads!
    i bought two 11 litre's off him for £60 plus £8 postage and they really havent been used much, what size did you go for pal?
     
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    11L, i have another one same size, and probably same age too. So ill start using them as twin dis. Great buy for 40 quid
     
  10. heyoh

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    I got it today, well it is quite tight, but silicone spray helps a little, for £40 I wouldn't expect anymore
    There is no rubber o-ring though, I hope that won't be a problem.
     
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