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RE: Reverse Osmosis Units

I'd be interested in user's experiences with RO as well.  I am looking for 
a new unit, and would like some references for reputable companies with 
quality equipment.


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From: 	Rusty Witek[SMTP:jwitek@stetson.edu]
Sent: 	Monday, April 28, 1997 6:33 AM
To: 	apisto@majordomo.pobox.com
Subject: 	Reverse Osmosis Units

This is all pretty theoretical right now, but if I were to get an R/O unit
to treat our Ph 7.8/hard Central Florida water, what should I look
for in such a unit?  I have no idea what any of the abbreviations in the
ads mean, and I'm not too sure exactly what makes one kind better than

Any info/experiences anyone would like to share?  (I probably can't spend
much more than $175, if that.)

(I just bought a male and 3 female A. cacatuoides, which suppposedly were
born and raised in local water.  Beautiful fish.)