Good water filter?

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MasterDsKush

MasterDsKush

what’s up guys with this corona virus it’s so hard to get water i want a good water filter for my plants and drinking water trying to turn 400 ppm to under 50 if possible with no chlorine! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
 
ru knuts

ru knuts

Maybe a 2 stage filter with a sediment filter and carbon filter or just go for the Cadillac and get a RO system, you won't be disappointed .
 
jaguarlax

jaguarlax

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what’s up guys with this corona virus it’s so hard to get water i want a good water filter for my plants and drinking water trying to turn 400 ppm to under 50 if possible with no chlorine! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

The best. You can go down to 3 stage if you dont want to spend that much money.

 
HighestCut

HighestCut

Or maybe a brita type water filter, i think those get water to around 20-50 PPM. Only problem is the small size of it, you would have to batch your water production 😂
 
HighestCut

HighestCut

My brita only takes out 150 ppm out of 400

How old is it? Have you changed the filter? It should be taking out more than that...

There is a new one that has a tds meter on the lid, so if you buy it you get another tds meter too! haha

I have never used it, but has solid results... It is a 5 stage filter!


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Edit: they also have like 23 cup and 40 cup versions
 
MasterDsKush

MasterDsKush

How old is it? Have you changed the filter? It should be taking out more than that...

There is a new one that has a tds meter on the lid, so if you buy it you get another tds meter too! haha

I have never used it, but has solid results... It is a 5 stage filter!


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Edit: they also have like 23 cup and 40 cup versions
Hmm its brand new actually and i tried 2 different filters
 
jaguarlax

jaguarlax

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This is a good one. You will need a storage tank that is pressurized, or a tank with a float valve.
Much cheaper than the one I posted. I dont think a brita filter will be able to keep up with the amount of water needed to sustain more than 1 plant.
 
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