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Overview[edit | edit source]
The water purification room is the Tier II version of water generation infrastructure. Compared to the Water treatment room it produces a moderately larger amount of water, however it is significantly more expensive. Like most other buildings, the water purification room can be combined into a 3 wide building, increasing production and allowing more workers. It requires 80 dwellers to unlock.
Water production[edit | edit source]
To increase the speed at which water is generated, place dwellers with better Perception in this room.
The water purification room, like other rooms, gains a production and upgrade cost bonus from being connected to another room of the same type and level. The rooms will gain a +2 production bonus for each connected room. Upgrade costs will be 25% cheaper for a double room and about 34% cheaper when upgrading a triple room vs upgrading 3 single rooms.
Compared to the water treatment room, the basic water production room, the water purification room generates more water with a slightly longer production time. The water purification room is overall the more efficient of the two, with a better ratio of production time to production quantity than the water treatment room. As a downside the water purification room is significantly more expensive to build and upgrade than the water treatment room. Once the Nuka-Cola bottler is unlocked, water purification rooms are rendered obsolete.
Production/cost[edit | edit source]
|Single Room||Double Room||Triple Room|
|Water Purification Production||10||22||35|
|Water Purification Storage||50||100||150|
|Purification Station Upgrade Cost||3000||4500||6000|
|Purification Station Production||12||27||46|
|Purification Station Storage||75||150||225|
|Super Water Purification Upgrade Cost||9000||13500||18000|
|Super Water Purification Production||15||33||55|
|Super Water Purification Storage||100||200||300|
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