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Ro system or di vessels????


marc674

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Hi all

I have been using a 150 gpd 4 stage ro system for the last year and a half and have been lucky not to have a water meter up until I moved a few weeks ago . My water is 135 ppm and I only use a maximum of 1500 litres a month as it is mainly the tops I do with the pole.I have found this ro unit very slow 250 litres takes 25 hours to produce ! my water pressure on the gauge is 60 and filters have all been changed, I am aware this system wastes a lot of water. If I was to upgrade to a 350 gpd system would this increase the speed of water production? I take it the waste water level would still be around the same? I have been thinking about switching to di resin and using two 11 litre vessels ( one as a pre filter ) and just not bothering with the ro system.

 

What are peoples views on this? any help would be great.

 

Many thanks

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I'm far from an expert, don't even have one set up yet, but from research adding a pump can make a drastic difference.

 

Like I say, no first hand knowledge just going by what I have found out.

 

Hopefully someone else will chime in :)

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Guest SolarPanelCleaning

If your tds is that low already, and you're only using a little pure water, then ro may be easier for you.

There's a resin calculater that'll give you est monthly cost too. Not sure where it is though. Of course, if your demand for water grows......

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