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Old 09/30/2018, 07:35 PM   #1
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RO/DI filter change time

So I have not change my RO/DI membrane in 5 years maybe 2 but it still reads 1 to 2 after the membrane. It is a dual membrane which recycles the first waste water for less waste water but figured I would change them now anyway. My questions it I should not have any issue with putting it in the crawl space under the house right? It never gets too cold down there and definitely not cold enough to freeze ever. This would open up quite a bit of room under my tank where the RO/DI unit currently resides. 5 stage plus the RO filters takes up a bit of room.



180 Gallon reef tank with coast to coast Herbie overflow. 60 Gallon sump with 9" filter sock. 36" lifereef skimmer, activated carbon filter. Emperor Aquatics 40W UV Sterilizer

Current Tank Info: 180 gallon reed tank, coast to coast overflow, herbie overflow. Life reef sump and 36" life reef skimmer, GHL Doser 2, Neptune Apex reef controller, Auto topoff, Spectrapure RO system with a Tunze RO controller. activated carbon and no more GFO.
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Old 09/30/2018, 08:35 PM   #2
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