Timothy Markus wrote:Hi River, does that mean that you're on city water? What are you trying to filter out? Also, how much water do you need? A 5 gallon bucket isn't much more than a few pitchers.
Pearl Sutton wrote:I made a cheap Berkey filter system. I originally used Doulton filters, they are cheaper, but needed to put Berkey's arsenic and fluoride filter into the system, so shifted to the Berkey filters to make it all go together easier.
I used restaurant food storage containers (they stack well, and I needed them clear) and a float valve, have it plumbed into the water lines (city water, with excess fluoride.)
Water comes in the top chamber, filters through, comes out the spout. Works VERY well, I have been running it for 7 years or so now.
Bob Gallamore wrote:
Ingenious setup! I especially like the float and the plumbing. Beats having to pour buckets of water into something that high.
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