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Thread: Mobile R/O units

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    Feb 2013
    Almost OK. North Texas

    Mobile R/O units

    Ok gang, here's the deal, Whiskey Taw Falls, Texas will soon be in a Stage 5 Drought Emergency! No one who lives here or anybody who's water comes from here via other distributors will be able to add treated water to their pools. Our 12,000 gallon gunite is already over 600 ppm cal. We are fortunate to have a well for irrigation but it's TDS is 1500ppm! I'm thinking that an R/O unit is the way to go.
    Is Puripool a company or one guys business?
    Ken T.

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    May 2010
    SW Louisiana

    Re: Mobile R/O units

    Looks like a small operation, if you look at their web page using google maps / street view you will find one address on their pdf's which leads to a small shopping center with various small shops, pet grooming, etc. The other address listed on their web page leads to an industrial park with various small businesses one with the sign "pool supply" is located between a place that sells sunglasses and and empty store front. In my experience businesses operating out of such industrial "warehouse" locations typically have a handful of employees depending on the type of operation.
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