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Hi I'm new to wfp and currently buy my water from spotless water which is only around the corner from me. However it cost about £11 a day so I'm thinking of producing my own what the best way I don't want to do it through the van I'd rather have a tank in the shed then pump to the van when needed I've been quoted about £1200 for a static purification system is that too much or about right

Tia nick

 

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17 minutes ago, Nick772 said:

Hi I'm new to wfp and currently buy my water from spotless water which is only around the corner from me. However it cost about £11 a day so I'm thinking of producing my own what the best way I don't want to do it through the van I'd rather have a tank in the shed then pump to the van when needed I've been quoted about £1200 for a static purification system is that too much or about right

Tia nick

 

Have a word with the water purification guru @doug atkinson, tell him what you want and I'm sure he'll sort you out. Like everything in this job you get what you pay for.

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As Derbyshire is a hard water area that sounds about right, you also need to know if you have good enough water pressure for a 40/40 R/O otherwise you'll need a booster pump read this https://windowcleaningforums.co.uk/topic/32395-boost-water-pressure/ there is only one man on here that most of us buy R/O's from and that is @doug atkinson of https://daqua.co.uk/ro_systems.htm also cheaper than £1,200,  Doug really knows his stuff and builds the systems himself and gets them ready to go for a buyer to use straight out of the box I believe 

I use a basic R/O with being in a soft water area also it depends if your quote included a booster pump 

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doug atkinson
1 hour ago, windowsurfer said:

Doug's head is getting bigger by each post😁

Thanks and with new products my head is getting even bigger 😂 some exciting things in the future

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