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    RO-Man System

    Anyone have any comments on this system? Thinking of a purchase!

    https://www.ro-man.com/shop/reverse-...i-auto-st.html

    450gpd which would mean 2 days for me to do a 10% water change. Not sure I want to go bigger than this? If I did it would be a big cost jumo to this:-

    https://www.ro-man.com/shop/reverse-...624884355.html

    Double the money for the larger one!

    Cheers all!

    Mode


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    Senior Member Rank = Yonsai Simon Fish's Avatar
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    I have a 40 40 RO tube for work.
    I have had various systems over a 15 year period,
    The 40 40 would be my choice.
    The flow is all dependant on pressure.
    The tds output depends on what your starting with.
    The second set up you have listed is a pumped system so would provide a set pressure input, but do you need it pumped?
    What's your working pressure?
    I get around 100lts an hour with only 2 bar pressure.

    You could speak to June at Gaps water, explain what you want and see what they have.
    https://www.gapswater.co.uk/index.html

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    Extreme Koi Member Rank = Supreme Champion Davej's Avatar
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    Hi

    In practice you would probably get around 100UK gallons per day out of it if you were pumping.

    What is your objective in looking to run RO?

    Dave

 

 

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