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  1. 3M HF40-S cartridge, brand new, still in packaging. Usual RRP £100+ More info here- https://www.3m.co.uk/3M/en_GB/company-uk/3m-products/~/3M-Water-Filtration-Products-High-Flow-Series-Model-HF40-S-Replacement-Cartridge-5613305/?N=5002385+8709314+8710655+8727671+8730930+3294750043&preselect=3293786499&rt=rud# I have 3 cartridges available. £75 posted each.
  2. Recently moved from Edinburgh to South London and struggling with a solution for my dual boiler. I don't want to continue buying bottled water due to the plastic waste. Renting so I can't plumb in my own filtration system. I know a Brita filter just doesn't cut it in these 'ard parts. Can't find a shop that sells RO water by the gallon, except expensive high volume delivery services. Was hoping to find a cafe that I could fill up a jug at every 2 weeks or so. Would be happy to buy a coffee at each refill to support the cafe. Haven't had any luck at the places I've visited so far. I appre
  3. Good morning all, I have a unused Osmio Zero RO water filter/kettle system in Black available (UK plug) I purchased this for my roast space after getting a white one for my house and getting on well with it. I tend to take a jug of water down to the roast space if i need it and have never actually used this black one, it still has the original set of filters with it that have not seen any water so are as new. The unit has been out the box and sat out of sunlight. The box is there with packing, i don't remember seeing a set of instructions in the box when i unpacked it but they
  4. I have wondered about using an RO unit for some time. Something compact simple to fit with minimal water wastage and a moderate flow rate. I've looked on this site before and they seem to have had more thoughts on prices. Noticed this one https://www.eastmidlandswater.com/200-gpd-portable-reverse-osmosis-system/748 The membrane size up's the maintenance costs compared with some but also increases the flow rates. Any thoughts, might interest others as well? John -
  5. I'm looking for advice on water treatment - I know the subject has been done to death, but I also know that there must be several forum members who have very similar circumstances and I'm interested in what has worked well for you. I'm about to have a kitchen extension done and would like to stop using bottled water to feed my machine. I have a Classic now, but of course with a bigger kitchen comes space for a bigger machine, so I will upgrade and am thinking of going with something plumbed in. London water being what is is, that will of course involve some sort of treatment to reduce the
  6. Hi guys I'm considering starting a coffee shop, in fact, sooner than expected I have found my venue, so I need to start getting things underway. I'm on a budget, aren't we all, but I'm very much of the mindset that I'd rather have second hand high end equipment, than cheap brand new stuff - in terms of coffee machines anyway. Grinders will most likely be new. I want two three group machines, and at least two grinders. I had my eye on some second hand La Marzocco Strada's but I just don't think its sensible spending such a big chunk of my limited budget on machines. So I am now consid
  7. bronc

    RO system

    I want to try Xpenno's SodaStream water method but don't have access to RO water. Would this work: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Compact-Reverse-Osmosis-Aquarium-Tropical/dp/B00A4EP2BO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1462717843&sr=8-2&keywords=reverse+osmosis ? I'm only going to be using it for 10L a week.
  8. Interesting announcement from Xiaomi China. http://www.gizchina.com/2015/07/16/xiaomi-truly-wants-to-be-in-your-house-announces-the-mi-water-purifier/ Seems like a great solution, especially for those who cant plump in a system, and really not a bad price either at $210. As its china only at the moment the 'smart' features will likely only work with a Chinese language app, but these things tend to make their way over to the west if they are a hit over there.
  9. Hello! Im working in a restaurant just outside of London where the water out of the tap reads at 354ppm ... Yuk! So we've gone all out on a dogs doodars water filter system. We have a reverse osmosis system which gets the water down to 7ppm. Since this is no good for anything (tea, coffee or even drinking really), and we didn't want to open the blending valve more since we the only thing that will do is increase the ppm with the rubbish that's already in the water. We wanted to add what we wanted back in the water ... What's good for the coffee! So we have added a dosatron and are us
  10. I haven't descaled my espresso machine for 3 years, it's used daily at least once. Instead of tap water, I use bottled and this is how clean the boiler still is. To me the water tastes better than tap water too so may be of interest to others. I only use 'Volvic' as did some research and this was judged to be the best water for coffee machine use. Richard
  11. Just looking at options for plumbing my Alex in... Having looked around A LOT (again) I'm starting to think that the "Brita Purity C" series look compact and good. Ideally I'd probably go with the 0-70% variable bypass head, and then select a filter based on anticipated usage etc. However - these are quite new and finding anyone with any experience of this is proving tricky, so can anyone comment on the Brita Purity or Purity C range? Have a look here for details: http://www.brita.net/purityc.html Certainly appears to be ideal...
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