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Which booster pump?


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18 minutes ago, ksp said:

If you have an automatic shutoff switch and solenoid valve system on your storage tank then the Machine Mart and the Gardiner ones are what you should consider.

 

The issue with the Water Genie one is that you have to manually control it. In other words, you have to switch the booster off when the tank is full. This isn't always convenient.

 

http://gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/all-products/pure-water-systems/water-treatment/booster-pumps/switched-booster-pump-kit-240v-for-prf-ro-systems.html

 

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Cheers spruce. I have neither. I'm currently parking the van round the back then filling directly from the tap in to the van. I had a really old (20+ years) booster pump but whilst filling today it started to overflow and the pump went.


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