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Old 05-26-2012, 03:01 PM   #1
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Which RO/DI it's best

I been debating on which RO system it's best, and which is worth purchasing . Money wouldn't be an issue but want others opinion if these few RO/DI well get the job done. Don't mind spending little less or little more.... I will be setting up a brute trash can 44 gal. reservoir and the 20 gal salt mixed. Let me know which would do the job better or either one would be suitable... Thanks everyone

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I haven't looked into your link as it keeps closing itself. Work computers are garbage. Either way, I just got done making my own RO/DI off of bulk reef supply and I would suggest doing the same. This way you can make sure you are getting everything you will need for your system requirements and then tack on a meter to tell you when you need to change your filters.
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Old 05-26-2012, 03:57 PM   #3
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yah your alright about that one but wouldn't know what I'll would need and besides the one that already done ...
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It is a simple drop down menu. You then can click a box asking for them to look it over prior to being put together to make sure the setup is optimal. I had oen mistake on mine and they called me up about it and discussed it with me. Great customer service.
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well it seem simple enough and thanks for the advice ... I'll be looking into building my own soon can't wait
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http://filterdirect.com/images/RD150.jpg I have this one works great had it for years and its not to expensive.
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what website did you purchased that ro/di unit
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http://filterdirect.com/ this is the web site for that unit
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