That only looks like an RO
unit meaning no Di
stage. You can buy a Di
stage for pretty cheap separate and connect with a connect fitting and some tubing to the Ro
Reverse osmosis alone does not remove all contaminants. Usually 95-98 percent but that assuming everything is running as efficient as possible which in most cases its not. So if your tap water tests about 300 tds
like mine then your still looking at about 10-15tds left to remove which the deionization takes care of.
is the end product you want. Pick up a tds
meter. You can get one on bulkreefsupply.com for about 20 bucks and really comes in handy for making sure ro
system is working properly.
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