Sure its typical by the time it gets to your brush, but remember you are going thru however much hose you will be running too, then against gravity.
Half gallon a minute after 300 or 375 feet of hose is good. Not right out of the filters. I could be wrong, but Shawn would know. Shoot him a pm or he may chime in on here.
I plan to buy/rent DI tanks from my local Culligan guy. I prefer to trade local when possible:)
I’ve been studying WFP all day in the forum and I thought 1/2 gallon per minute flow rate was typical for WFP. If that’s not so then what is a reasonable flow rate.
I’ll probably shy away from the Culligan RO units then. Besides, the guy was talking about installing a 250 gallon storage tank in my house - Puke!
I use a tray off the hitch set up with my power washer at times. very convienent and easy to manage.
I have a very simple setup that may work for you. I fill a 100 gallon low profile tank that fits perfect in the back of my truck. I have a 100 psi Surflow pump 12 v and a deep cycle marine battery both in a box . I pump the water from the tank to a 1/2 cubic ft DI tank to a hose reel with 200 ft 3/8 hose. This system is simple to setup and easy to use
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