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My ceph system

Thales

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#1
Following cuttlegirl's lead after getting lots of questions bout my system, I made a diagram of it. :grin:
I don't think I can post it directly in the forum, so here is a link to the diagram:
http://www.stickycricket.com/cuttle/system_diagram/index.htm

I will try to get some pics in the next week or so.
 

Thales

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Once you get used to the idea of what the plumbing does, what it looks like in real life, and used to looking at its representation in 2 dimensions I think it gets easier.

I am glad you can follow it though!
 

DWhatley

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#4
Ohhhh for the auto topoff capability!

I just got a slick little $27 inline TDS meter that monitors both the input and output sides of my RO at the touch of a button and a slide switch. It tells me when to change the whole house filter (we have lots of particulates - mostly red mud) as well as monitoring my RO unit. It took 10 min to install and that was taking my time :razz:
 

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