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Old 04-19-2016, 08:54 PM   #15
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I have on the coach the EVERPURE ADC fulltimer filter. I had also added the two canister filters that were right by the spigot, but lately I decided that it was over kill and have been using the EVERPURE ADC only.
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Old 04-19-2016, 09:17 PM   #16
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We have a 3M WV-B2 system:
• Reduces 95% of chlorine taste and odor
• Reduces 99.99% of harmful bacteria
• Reduces 99.99% of mold spores, cysts, and algae
• Reduces sand, silt, dirt, rust, and sediment down to 0.2 micron

Great but the filters are close to $100 each.
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Old 04-19-2016, 10:53 PM   #17
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Mr D, how's the flow rate? What's the pressure differential?


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Old 04-19-2016, 11:43 PM   #18
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Mr D, how's the flow rate? What's the pressure differential?
2.5 GPM, no idea about the pressure differential it's not stated anywhere that I know of in what I have. Looks like they have a B3 filter that gives 3.5 GPM and 15,000 gallon capacity. The price for the B3 cartridge is $267 each. The B2 is $110 each.
Literature is here: http://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/4...filtration.pdf

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We use the blue in-line water filter where the hose connects to the hose bid of the RV park. And all that water is used for the various plumbing systems in the coach and dish washing.

For cooking and drinking water, though, we only use bottled water/refilled RO water. We keep a half-dozen gallon water containers for that purpose and refill them at Walmart water stations.
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Since most residential water supplies are filtered and treated well enough that very few users put auxiliary filters in their 'sticks and bricks' water supply piping, and most campgrounds are connected to those same municipal water supply systems, why do we Rv'ers need to use filters at all?
#1. Not all parks are on municipal water, and not all municipal water tastes good enough to drink or cook with right out of the tap.

#2. You have no way of knowing what the last camper used that spigot for.

#3. The sheer number of different water systems we encounter in our travels dramatically increases the odds that somewhere along the line we're going to get a bad one.

Just a thought
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