My reverse osmosis filter for my aquarium

This is a reverse osmosis filter for my fish tank. I am lucky enough, as my water pressure is strong to produce required 25L of pure water within 6 hours. The water is perfectly pure, the TDS meter shows 007, the tap water is around 200 🙂 I found the RO water was a perfect solution to get rid of the black beard / compsopogon (staghorn) algae from my tank. I placed the filter in my kitchen under the sink. The construction looks complicated, but if you some pluming skills it should be not very difficult, as the filter usually needs to create extra connection to the valve. The other option is to connect it to the garden tap outside house, if you have a garden tap and garden 🙂

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