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Yes.  It is Aguagente.  We have it in our student apartment in GDL.  Excellent.  They install, do all routine and repair service very promptly.  Saves our girls having to haul garrafons up three flights of stairs.  Had a local renter friend who had it, also very satisfied and had it moved to her new place.

Here is their website.   

https://www.aguagente.com/

Recommended!

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What is it, a reverse osmosis system?   I scanned the website and thought they Just went on and on and on so maybe I missed it.   Couldn’t see the cost except it was free if 6 persons were brought into the fold.

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Yes, it is a packaged RO and filtration system.  When you factor in the cost of replacement filters annually, the maintenance cost which includes this and on site service if there are problems is very reasonable.

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They add a separate faucet.  In the apartment the laundry is next to the kitchen.  We put the unit in there with the faucet over the laundry sink.  They only use if for cooking and filling their pitcher of drinking water they keep in the fridge, or anything else they were using bottled water for.  This way we got rid of the bottled water delivery hassle and cost.

 

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On 3/9/2020 at 7:39 AM, Mainecoons said:

Yes, it is a packaged RO and filtration system.  When you factor in the cost of replacement filters annually, the maintenance cost which includes this and on site service if there are problems is very reasonable.

You don't need replacement  filters is you use a sand filter. You just back wash it automatically  on a regular, predetermined, basis.

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1 hour ago, cedros said:

You don't need replacement  filters is you use a sand filter. You just back wash it automatically  on a regular, predetermined, basis.

These are low quantity systems designed to replace bottled water.  On this scale, sand filters too big and also do not filter adequately to keep the RO from getting fouled.

 

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11 hours ago, Mainecoons said:

These are low quantity systems designed to replace bottled water.  On this scale, sand filters too big and also do not filter adequately to keep the RO from getting fouled.

 

 

11 hours ago, Mainecoons said:

These are low quantity systems designed to replace bottled water.  On this scale, sand filters too big and also do not filter adequately to keep the RO from getting fouled.

 

If you also use UV light sand filters are the way to go . Better quality and less fiddling.

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