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Hi I am currently using a 200gpd to system which is producing about 30 litres per hour it as 2x 100 gpd membranes can I get a bigger membrane to speed up things if so what would you suggest and how much roughly gonna cost.

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18 hours ago, Nick772 said:

Hi I am currently using a 200gpd to system which is producing about 30 litres per hour it as 2x 100 gpd membranes can I get a bigger membrane to speed up things if so what would you suggest and how much roughly gonna cost.

Add another housing with T pieces and 1/4" tube to make 3 housings. Then fit 3 x 150gpd membranes. You will also have to add a 'paired' restrictor onto the waste unless you have a tap you can manually control the amount of waste going the the drain.

Ro-Man used to sell add-on kits but any supplier like Daqua.co.uk can supply what you need. You don't need to change prefilters but you may need to get a di vessel if you are only using the 10" third housing as a di.

450gpd is more than double the output of a 200gpd r/o. In all honestly you aren't going to visibly see a big difference in pure from the pure hose.

It took us about 36 hours to fill a 1000 IBC tank with a 450gpd. A little more in winter.

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1 hour ago, spruce said:

Add another housing with T pieces and 1/4" tube to make 3 housings. Then fit 3 x 150gpd membranes. You will also have to add a 'paired' restrictor onto the waste unless you have a tap you can manually control the amount of waste going the the drain.

Ro-Man used to sell add-on kits but any supplier like Daqua.co.uk can supply what you need. You don't need to change prefilters but you may need to get a di vessel if you are only using the 10" third housing as a di.

450gpd is more than double the output of a 200gpd r/o. In all honestly you aren't going to visibly see a big difference in pure from the pure hose.

It took us about 36 hours to fill a 1000 IBC tank with a 450gpd. A little more in winter.

Thanks for that advice

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