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Old 09-20-2011, 02:44 PM   #1
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Ro/di Water holder container?

Hello, ive purchased a reef bulk system ro/di filter..What makes good for a water container to store ro/di water i will be making..Any suggestions? ill need something....
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Old 09-20-2011, 02:48 PM   #2
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I use a brute 32g trash can. Works like a charm for me.
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where do i get a rodi
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Here's a good one

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Just got my RO/DI unit and those people at purewater club are great. Got it to me in two days. Also got the connection for feedline under sink and float valve so I can plumb right to my storage tank. Thanks again Carey for the link. I'll be making my water up this weekend.
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Youre welcome, glad youre pleased.

You are gonna love not lugging buckets back and forth! LOL
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where do i get a rodi
there is a Ad right on the home page of this site
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Depending on how much water you go through gerridee, I use Home Depot buckets to store but a Rubber Maid tote to make it in. I keep a 5 gal bucket of SW and two of FW. Before I start my water changes I start making the RO/DI. By the time I am done with the PWC and cleaning up the tank I have enough to fill my empty bucket. I got the one Carey recommended but went with the 150 gal a day version. I love it.
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Is there a point in time where stored water gets bad?
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Is there a point in time where stored water gets bad?
I am not sure but I would think it is ok for at least a month. I rotate mine. That way, the water I use to mix my salt water is only 2 weeks old. Then it sits for another week before it goes in the tank (have a power head running in that bucket). So far, my parameters have been great.
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