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« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2020, 08:40:05 PM »

I tested my water supply from a "memade" pond  with surfacewater flowing in , i got it tested twice  first time befor  the Ultrafiltation filter went in  and 3 month later after , first results where beside manganese and iron problems here ,  that it failed to be regarded as potable water , second test said its absolutely fine Smiley

in the ten  years in operation , none of us ever had a problem , many  of the school friends  of my son ,  had more problems with the council supplied water   ( but i am not sure if thats related to water )


1.6 kw and 2.4 kw   PV array  , Outback MX 60 and FM80 charge controller  ,24 volt 1600 AH Battery ,6 Kw Victron inverter charger, 1.1 kw high head hydro turbine as a back up generator , 5 kw woodburner, 36 solar tubes with 360 l water tank, 1.6 kw  windturbine
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