RO water storage

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  1. butcherman

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    Hi guys, I was wondering what is the best way for storing RO water?
    Dose it need to be heated?
    Should there be flow in the container?
    How long can one store the water for?
    I have got a 100l plastic barrel will this do?
     
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    Why do you want to make a lot of RO water?
     
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    Just wondering how much is convinient and managable. I dont have to keep 100l can make it anything i need to just wondering whats practical. Planning Planning Planning....
     
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    I usually make about 60 litres which lasts me about three days on a 700 litre system. RO water in large quantities can be kept for a week or two in a clean, covered container. It doesn't have to be heated or aerated if it's for top up water
     
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