anewbie Posted January 24, 2022 Share Posted January 24, 2022 I'm trying to figure out how to setup a large de-chlorine and ro system for a fish room. What I envision is two units with two storage tanks (of around 500 gallons) one for ro water and another for water with the chlorine removed. There will then be piping from these storage tanks to two rooms with a number of aquariums and some way to pressure these tanks so you can turn a faucet and the water will flow from them. I can't find any sort of list of equipment needed for these sort of units. Most of the ro units i find are the small ones and even with their storage tank they expect you to take a pail and fill a pail from the storage tank to carry to the aquarium. Surely a store has a more sophisticated setup. I can't even find what sort of unit i need to remove chlorine from the water and then store it in a storage tank (is that like a one stage ro unit?). My plan is to mix ro water with de-chlorinated water for the target hardness required by a specific tank (i.e, black water tank would get nearly straight ro water while a clear water tank might be 70:30 and a live bearer tank might be 0:100 (ro:de-chlorinated).... The closest i found is a consulting company that adds ro water to homes for drinking but it is crazy expensive (for the consultant overhead) and not exactly suitable for aquariums. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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