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Reddit mentions of AQUATICLIFE Twist-in 100 GPD 4-Stage Ro Unit (Sediment, Carbon Block, Membrane, Deionization)

Sentiment score: 1
Reddit mentions: 4

We found 4 Reddit mentions of AQUATICLIFE Twist-in 100 GPD 4-Stage Ro Unit (Sediment, Carbon Block, Membrane, Deionization). Here are the top ones.

Twist-in cartridges for fast & easy replacement of Filter media.Triple-sealed cartridges ensure trouble-free operation. Sediment Filter, Carbon Filter, Membrane, Deionization FilterNEW YORK CITY ONLY - Due to high city water sediment, additional pre-filtration required before use.Di Resin removes Total dissolved solids and changes Color when it’s time to replace.Includes everything for installation: Tubing, water supply connectors, drain Connector.

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Found 4 comments on AQUATICLIFE Twist-in 100 GPD 4-Stage Ro Unit (Sediment, Carbon Block, Membrane, Deionization):

u/Peuned · 1 pointr/microgrowery

https://www.amazon.com/Aquatic-Life-Sediment-Membrane-Deionization/dp/B01HRDE170/

is a good priced style system to get. you can't use your softened water as you know. if you had normal tap that might be an option, but with well you'd likely benefit from cheap clean water.

u/TheLiqourCaptain · 1 pointr/ReefTank

I did, but be warned it takes me 15 minutes a gallon for RODI. RO (waste water from your RODI fills up much quicker. I use it when I need to rinse buckets and whatnot. My RODI was $125, coral12G did a video on it (YouTube) FYI they measure these things in gallons per day.

Aquatic Life Twist-in 100 GPD 4-Stage Ro Unit (Sediment, Carbon Block, Membrane, Deionization) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HRDE170/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_C8Q676QhD8k1o

u/IAMA_HOMO_AMA · 1 pointr/Aquariums

I would never trust tap water in a reef/SW setup. I currently don't have one because I'm out of work and also don't have an RO/DI unit at the moment, but I recently found this unit on Amazon. Pretty cheap and looks really easy to configure, and the brand has a good past.

If you keep the water currently in the setup (stored in like 5 gallon buckets or something for transfer) and only need water for top offs, you could temporarily use distilled water from a grocery store or buy the huge jugs for the RO machines they have there.