That is only a carbon filter and DI
cartridge. No sediment filter and no RO
. Not knowing how much they want for a DI
Produces an average of 25 to 125 gallons of perfect aquarium water, depending on the mineral content of your tap water, before a new cartridge is needed.
This can get pretty expensive. There is still alot of junk in the water, using that set up, when it gets to the DI
. Thats why it will only last 25-125 gals.
You get alot more life from a RO
cartridge because by the time the water gets to the DI
, it's almost as pure as possible. The DI
doesn't have alot to take out. It would probably alot be cheaper in the long run with a full blown RO