Simply add together:

1.Dental chairs: how many in your practice (assume 1L bottle)= ?


2. Autoclaves: how many units do you have in total (assume average 3L water reservoir)= ?

This total volume (litres) will tell you how much water you need at the beginning of the day and hence what RO tank size you need.

e.g. A practice has 8 dental chairs and 3 autoclaves: So they need:

  • 8 x 1L for the chairs = 8
  • PLUS
  • 3 x 3L for the autoclaves = 9
  • 8 + 9 = 17L of water at the beginning of the day. Hence our recomendation would be a 22L RO tank size.