Originally Posted by Tellie
Even if you adapted this unit to your fresh water tanks
you would need a salt water
RO system to keep up with the waste this system would produce.
Unless of course you were a weekend warrior, and a 5 gl or so tank would be enough between marina visits.
See for the foreseeable future, that's me, and the current
water filter I have under the sinks cartridge is gone, and a replacement is insanely priced.
Actually water from my tank seems fine, may add simple 10" charcoal filter to remove chlorine and or odors / taste for the galley
I guess these are Tellie questions, but if anyone else knows, I'd appreciate it.
Before my Father died, he was on home hemodialysis, and his RO had two huge say 5' tall by 8" charcoal tanks, I'm sure to remove chlorine before the RO got the water, really large tanks.
If I put a couple of 10" charcoal filters inline with a hose and if I filled the boats water tank slowly, like maybe a gallon a minute, would that remove much chlorine?
How else other than chlorine can you disinfect drinking water
, say 150 gls? I have an aluminum
water tank and I believe it's life will be greatly determined by the amount of chlorine that goes into it.