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    Lifetime R/O unit - $77

    So i combed through a couple of websites looking for a r/o unit and came across this-
    http://www.pwgazette.com/model77.htm

    Anybody looking for a cheap reliable unit should check this one out. They sell different models as well.

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    That's not a Reverse Osmosis filter. A Reverse Osmosis filter will have at least three stages and have a waste water outlet as well as a filtered water outlet.

    See the Reverse Osmosis FAQ from the same site.
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    Oz,

    maybe i am reading it wrong, but that isnt a RO unit, just a sediment/charcoal filter
    Last edited by Av8tor1; 02-06-2007 at 07:16 PM. Reason: lol, "Not" beat me to it....

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    guess you're right

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    here is a decent econo unit, ive had this same model for a couple years and with a couple mods I have been very well satisfied

    http://cgi.ebay.com/AQUA-SAFE-100GPD...QQcmdZViewItem

    (I mounted the mixed bed media container vertically to prevent channeling and replaced the 5 micron filters with 0.5 micron the first time a filter change was due)

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    Definitely something to purchase in the near future- right after a good fog machine

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    You can give these guys a look too. They offer a free set of carbon filters and a TDS meter if you buy a unit.
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    RO/DI water will make your fog machine live longer as well, its all i put in mine (we are talking ultrasonic humidifer I think)

    RO units actually need to be used daily, and NOT brings up a good point.... you really need a TDS meter as well

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