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Old 03-01-2011, 02:59 AM   #11
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My 100gpd unit fills a 13-gallon container in about 6 hours. PSI is 25, 500+ppm is coming from the tap, and the temp outside is in the 50s... So 100gpd is best case scenario.


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R.O.D.I. units over 75 gpd waste a lot more water. keep that in mind when deciding on a unit.

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