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Cable30

Hi im starting out and was looking to make my own pure water as the closest place j can buy it is a 80 mile round trip.

I have looked at different websites for a basic filter and have found a 3 stage filter and was wondering if it would be a good start up filter.

I will have to get a tds meter to find out if i need a di vessel too.

The filter i have found is this one

https://www.sterner.co.uk/shop/aquafilter-3-stage-water-filtration-system/

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chelmsclean

That is just to make water taste better. No good for window cleaning.

Have a look on daqua: https://www.daqua.co.uk/ro_systems.htm

Doug has been advising me on some filtration issues and they're very helpful.

If you are able to check your TDs and water pressure as that will effect what system you need.

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spruce
3 hours ago, Cable30 said:

Hi im starting out and was looking to make my own pure water as the closest place j can buy it is a 80 mile round trip.

I have looked at different websites for a basic filter and have found a 3 stage filter and was wondering if it would be a good start up filter.

I will have to get a tds meter to find out if i need a di vessel too.

The filter i have found is this one

https://www.sterner.co.uk/shop/aquafilter-3-stage-water-filtration-system/

 

My advise is to do some research on r/o's for window cleaning and how they work. This isn't any good for making pure water. Trust me, if that worked then we would all be using one.

An r/o removes the dissolved minerals and solids from the water to make it close to pure. A resin vessel removes the remaining particles the membranes don't remove.

If you are looking at this then speak to @doug atkinson from www.daqua.co.uk

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Cable30
2 minutes ago, spruce said:

 

My advise is to do some research on r/o's for window cleaning and how they work. This isn't any good for making pure water. Trust me, if that worked then we would all be using one.

An r/o removes the dissolved minerals and solids from the water to make it close to pure. A resin vessel removes the remaining particles the membranes don't remove.

If you are looking at this then speak to @doug atkinson from www.daqua.co.uk

Ok thankyou for your advice

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