Your RO setup?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Hayden, Jun 9, 2015.

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  1. Hayden

    Hayden Member
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    Good evening, just curious how and where everyone has their ro system? I'm living at my girlfriends so ideally need it in my van, is that something anyone has already done?

    Cheers
     
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  2. Jjamie

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    Mine is in the the shed then I have a transfer pump to the van

    But be the same if it was fitted in a van
    You can buy them fitted to tanks
    Or any ro couple off brackets and bolt it in to your van
     
  3. Hayden

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    I'll only be doing 25l containers too start off with so it doesn't need too be the quickest system. What ro system would you recommend?

    So I'd fill up a 25l drum from the tap and have a empty one for it too be transferred into throughout the day/night. Come the weekend I'd have more than enough.
     
  4. Jjamie

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    All depends on how much you want to spend on one ?

    You can buy cheap one off eBay all depends how much water you need

    If your filling up containers I would have a second tank depending on how many you need for your day

    Other wise you will be sitting in all day waiting for your containers to fill up could take up to 20-60 mins to filter 25lt depending on your water pressure
     
  5. peter rogers

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    handier buying a tank and doing it that way most places offer a built in set up
     
  6. Hayden

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    I only plan on doing traditional cleaning at the weekends so I shouldn't need the same amount at you full timers do. I have a combo van so I can just put a small tank in the back and fill it up on the Friday ready for the weekend, but ideally I need everything in my van so I can just run a hose pipe too it and leave it to work its magic.
     
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    go onto www.purefreedom.co.uk

    check ur ppm then u will know what u need to filter ur water


    are u doing the windows trad style or wfp
     
  8. Jjamie

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    Traditional?

    Assuming you just want wfp for hard to reach windows and roof windows ?
     
  9. Hayden

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    Nope just for pure water? Think I'm confusing myself lol
     
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    Yes you are!

    Go on www.ro-man.com
    Or eBay for a second hand one ?

    Some local firms do sell the water all ready for you maybe some one in the area would be able to help you ? Saves on a water bill resin etc
     
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