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Andrew
02/22/2006, 07:08 PM
Does anyone else use a Coralife Pure-Flo II R/O 50 GPD-3 Canister? I thought about getting one of these to run my tap water through.

http://www.bigalsonline.com/catalog/product.xml?product_sku=11003

Amphiprion
02/22/2006, 07:43 PM
Mine works fine. I got mine through the LFS I work for, only $90. The only thing is that the DI resin included seems to exchange some cations for sodium--so you always get about 5 tds due to the presence of sodium, but not really any other compounds or ions, IME. Besides, 5 tds is still good water. If it really bothers you, just get a better resin after the first one is exhausted.

Andrew
02/22/2006, 08:04 PM
Does it come with everything I need?

Shawnts106
02/22/2006, 08:11 PM
Andrew:

I was just about to make a decision to buy either one of these Coralifes, or a Kent HI-S...

I talked to Champion Lighting Supply and asked them about this, and told them my main concern was removeing silica and phosphates... and they pointed straight tward the KENT HI-S..

they are a bit more expensive, but so far mine has been great..
Im upgrading it by getting another Piggyback kit to make 120gpd and im getting a DI for it...

they are VERY GOOD RODI units, and have GREAT rateings from what I have heard!

Andrew
02/23/2006, 05:08 AM
Thanks? Anyone else have feedback on the coralife ro units?

Andrew
02/23/2006, 01:57 PM
No one else?

Andrew
02/23/2006, 06:33 PM
Well Im just going to get a Kent Hi-S Reverse Osmosis Unit 60 G.P.D.

Zoos
02/23/2006, 07:57 PM
get the typhoon III @ airwaterice.com

Andrew
02/23/2006, 08:01 PM
What do you think I am? Made out of money? :lol: :D I think im sticking with the cheap $160 kent ro unit. Simple enough and works for me. Plus im placing a $250 order on big als and they have free shipping so it works out.