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Old 07-22-2009, 10:16 PM   #1
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ro/di unit

Ok so im buying an ro/di unit today so i've got a question on this. Does this look like a good purchase?





This is what comes in the package:

This is the complete system already assembled and comes with the clear instructions and all filters.
1 x 6-Stage Reverse Osmosis RO+DI System
with 1 x 10" 5 micron Polypropylene sediment Pre-Filter with housing
with 1 x 10" CTO granular activated carbon Pre-Filter with housing
with 1 x 10" 5 micron coconut carbon block Pre-Filter with housing
with 1 x 10" Premiun Quality Housing for Reverse Osmosis Membrane
with 1 x 10" USA Clear De-Ionized DI Post-Filter
with 1 x 10" USA Clear De-Ionized DI Post-Filter
with 1 x Auto Shut Off Valve
with 1 x Flow Restrictor
with 1 x Built in check valve
  1 x sealed TFC (made in USA) 100 GPD RO Membrane
1 x Filter Housing Wrench
1 x RO Membrane Housing Wrench
3 x 60" Food Grade Tubing
1 x Saddle Clamp Drain Valve
1 x Feed Water Device Needle Valve


Heres the link to the buy:
Aqua Reef RO DI Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System - eBay (item 120432201586 end time Aug-07-09 16:05:19 PDT)
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Yeah looks good, I would take off the 2nd DI and use it when the 1st one is depleted.
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Alright nice, thanks for the approval roka.
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I wish I had known more when I got mine, I would have gotten one with the see through canisters, like the one you have linked.
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Yeah i heard that the ones with the see through canister make it easier for people to know when they need to change resin or their filters.
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Yep! Hey, aren't you supposed to be chattin!?!?!?
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I IS! (( lol. i have two windows open, one chat window and the other to keep an eye on the forum. great way to chat and stay on top of things around here.
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